Tarvin Christmas Tree Festival - Starts Today!

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Don't forget that this weekend in the Methodist Church the Tarvin Christmas Tree Festival will take place. Alongside the beautifully decorated trees there will be over 60 nativities from around the world.

Opening on Friday evening at 6.30pm until 9.00pm (29th November) there will be mulled punch, mince pies and performances of a puppet nativity in the vestry.

On Saturday it will be open from 10.00 am- 1.00 pm with children's craft activities and refreshments, including hot turkey baps, and then it will be open again from 3.00 pm- 6.00 pm.

Finally, Sunday Xtra, an all age celebration, will take place from 9.30 to 10.00 am , starting with breakfast at 9.00am, and the Festival Closing service at 11.00am. The weekend is in aid of The Hospice of the Good Shepherd and Tarvin Methodist Church.

Ed:"We recommend that you turn-up early as this year it will be better than ever!"

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