Another dazzling display at the Christmas Tree Festival

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury. Kay Harling and Hayley Totman LSA's at Hillside Special School putting up the school's Battle of Britain tree. Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113925009
Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury. Kay Harling and Hayley Totman LSA's at Hillside Special School putting up the school's Battle of Britain tree. Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113925009

In total thre are 93 trees on display at Sudbury’s Christmas Tree Festival

This year’s festival – organised jointly by the Rotary Clubs of Sudbury and Sudbury Talbot – promises a seasonal delight with 93 trees exhibited by local businesses, schools, charities and groups.

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury.  Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113820009

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury. Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113820009

Open until Sunday, the event runs from 10am-6pm, apart from on Sunday when the event finishes at 4pm.

Entry is a £1 minimum donation per adult, children under 12 enter for free.

The 2014 festival raised £3,500 for local charities.

Charities benefiting this year are; The Kernos centre, Autism Anglia, East Anglian Air Ambulance and Smoke alarms for the Vulnerable.

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury. Laraine Green Sudbury Talbot Rotary Club Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113914009

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's Sudbury. Laraine Green Sudbury Talbot Rotary Club Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113914009

A contribution will also be made to St Peter’s.

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's, Sudbury. David Taylor Sudbury Rotary Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113841009

Christmas Tree Festival St Peter's, Sudbury. David Taylor Sudbury Rotary Picture Mark Westley ANL-150912-113841009