18 Trees, Children’s Crafts, Face painting, Mulled Wine, Cake Sale, Local Choirs, Grand Raffle
£1 Entry per adult Children go free
14th December 2019 3.00pm to 6.00pm
Time before the Festival Begins
Our Charity Beneficiaries
This year we voted on which charities we would be supporting for our Christmas Tree Festival and these were the winners.
It cost approximately £7.4 million (consolidated costs) to provide London with an advanced trauma care service 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, including approx. £3 million on operating and maintaining the helicopters.
St Mungo’s vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. At the heart of all of their services is a commitment to empowering individuals, to support people in their recovery journey and to prevent homelessness in the future.
All Saints’ Church
All Saints’ Church is the parish church of Child’s Hill, serving the community for more than 160 years. The church is working to reach out to the local community providing a safe space for young and old in our community.
Last year’s Festival was a great success, raising money for Ashford Place, The Robes Project and All Saints Church.
The Odd-One-Out Challenge
Each of the 16 decorated trees on display have been sponsored and decorated by an individual, group or business. You are invited to find the one decoration on each tree.
In addition to tree sponsors and raffle prizes, Mulalley is our event sponsor.
We are thankful for all our sponsors, who make our Christmas Tree Festival Possible.
Mulalley, in partnership with the New Granville LLP are involved in a major development project on the Granville Road.