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christmas tree festival 2018

A chance to be part of a dazzling display of trees decorated by members of the local community.

Trinity-at-Bowes Church and Community Centre will be holding a Christmas Tree Festival from 1st to 10th December on the corner of Bowes Road and Palmerston Road.  Your group or business can get free publicity by decorating a tree for the Festival and in return publicising the Festival to your own contact network.

For a registration form email or phone Suzy on 07931 766006.

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