The curtain came down on Dickleburgh’s 50 Christmas Trees in a Church on Sunday evening, December 9. Dickleburgh Primary School won the £500 prize for most popular Christmas tree overall and best children’s tree went to 1st Dickleburgh Sea Scouts.
James Richards, Head Teacher, Dickleburgh Primary School said: “We are delighted to have won the prize for most popular Christmas tree. It represents a whole school achievement, as all the children and staff were involved in creating decorations. We will be giving a donation to Christian Aid from or winnings. The school council will then decide how to spent the remaining money at the school.”
Rev. Janice Scott said: “We have had a wonderful week, with more than 3,000 visitors and many complimentary comments. I would like to thank all our volunteers from across the benefice for their support, particularly event organiser Norman Steer and his wife Rosemary. Their contribution to the success of 50 Christmas Trees in a Church has been enormous.”
A full list of winners will be posted at www.50christmastrees.co.uk
All money raised by 50 Christmas Trees in a Church will be shared between Christian Aid and the parish churches of Dickleburgh, Pulham Market, Pulham St Mary, Rushall, Starston, Thelveton, Shimpling and Frenze.