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Willunga Christmas Tree Festival

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This event will start the Christmas season with cheer
Jingle Bells folks, because it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas down in the southern vales. Come along to this pre-Christmas event, and it will surely get you in the mood for the coming season.

Facebook.com/Willunga ChristmasTreeFestival
The organisers are very pleased with this years poster


The festival is all about local community groups coming together, and very creative individuals who decorate or make a tree, and then submit their entry to the festival for all to see on one special weekend. Every year the organisers never know what will turn up. It's a surprise as to what entries will be received and what people think of in way of decoration for their trees, and where they get the inspiration. The theme of this year's festival is the past, present and future, so perhaps we will see some futuristic trees and some old favourites.

If you would like to enter a tree, please contact Jenny on 08-85562758 or send her an email on j.escots@bigpond.com. Entries must be in by November 14th.

image from facebook.com/willunga christmastree festival.com
this wedding cake tree from 2012 was made from toilet rolls


Over the weekend you can view the trees which fill the St Jude's Hall and also enjoy a Devonshire tea. There will also be crafts and little treats for sale. The excitement of Christmas starts to build for children by the end of November, so they are sure to enjoy a visit here to see the trees. Kids are catered to with activities just for them, and a special kids trail.

This volunteer is busy preparing afternoon tea


This would be a wonderful family outing and also an ideal place to take you Mum or grandparents for a drive, and a visit to see the trees and enjoy afternoon tea. It will get everyone singing jingle bells on the drive home. If you would like information about the event and current updates, take a look at the facebook site, www.facebook.com/WillungaChristmasTreeFestival

In addition to this weekend, the display will open from the 1st to the 4th of December, only to school groups and bus groups, however bookings must be made to Lois on 08-85574182
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Why? Because this is the first week of Advent, the start of the Christmas season
When: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th November 10am-4pm both days
Phone: 08-85562758
Where: Bethany Hall, Willunga Uniting Church
Cost: Adults $3, Children Free
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