Christmas Tree Festival

Type:Christmas Event

Church Street, Yaxley, PETERBOROUGH, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3LH

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Christmas Tree Festival


This December, start your festive season with a trip to the St. Peter’s Christmas Tree Festival!

With trees from all around our community, come along and enjoy the joy and sparkle of the festival and help us celebrate what our community has to offer.

The festival will take place over two days:

Friday 6th December, 12.00pm to 7.30pm – This will be a quieter day with more time to reflect on the season ahead. The lights will go down at 5.00pm to allow you to enjoy the sparkle of the tree lights, a cup of mulled wine or hot chocolate tower, a mince pie and some evening entertainment.

Saturday 7th December, 10.00am to 5.00pm – This will be a more energetic day with activities for the children and livelier performances to enjoy.

The event is free to attend, with any donations greatly received. There will be refreshments served throughout the duration of the festival, a treasure trail and a raffle, all at a small cost.

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Free Entry

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