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Thousands raised by thousands of Christmas Tree Festival visitors

Thousands raised by thousands of Christmas Tree Festival visitors

Over 14,000 people went to St Thomas’s Church in Salisbury at the beginning of this month (December 1st to 6th), to see 110 Christmas trees, including the Woolley & Wallis ‘Winter Wonderland’ tree.

The annual Christmas Tree Festival has been as popular as ever this year.

The trees were there to raise money for two local charities - Morning Star and the John McNeill Opportunity Centre.

£14,000 has been raised overall, with each of the main beneficiaries getting £4,700 each and the rest going into the pot for next year.

 
Constance Eyre
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