Burlington Junior School pupils visited St John’s Burlington Methodist Church last week, to put up a tree as part of their Christmas Tree Festival. The festival features more than 50 Christmas trees decorated by schools, churches, businesses and community groups in Bridlington. The mayor of Bridlington, Cllr Colin Croft, officially opened the event, which is organised by the town’s Rotary Club and is now in its sixth year.

16 different school and community choirs will be providing music as people walk around viewing the trees. There will be a café on the premises serving light refreshments and lunches. The festival concludes with a celebration on Sunday, December 9 at 4.30pm with guest choirs The Chantons and Churches Together Choir performing familiar carols. Admission is free but there will be a collection for Yorkshire Cancer Research. For details and gala concert tickets, call Mr Fisher on 851785.

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