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GALLERY: It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

TREE-RIFFIC: Gini Ogle and Caden Paterson from St Gregory Primary School

TREE-RIFFIC: Gini Ogle and Caden Paterson from St Gregory Primary School


A forest of Norway spruces has sprung up in the heart of Sudbury for the start of the festive season.

St Peter’s on Market Hill is fit to burst with almost 100 trees for the town’s annual Christmas tree festival, which is open every day until 6pm on Sunday. Entry is £1 for adults.

Schools, charities, clubs, businesses and support groups have decorated the array of creative entries.

Co-organiser Val Goodchild, of Sudbury Talbot Rotary Club, said: “For me, the festival is the start of the Christmas season. It’s just a fantastic event.”

Pictured in front of their entry are Gini Ogle and Caden Paterson, from St Gregory Primary School.

 

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