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Christmas Tree Festival

An event in December in Norfolk
Fakenham Parish Church
Fakenham
Norfolk
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Event timing: Early December
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From 10am 8pm each day the Church is lit up by over 90 Christmas Trees, each decorated for a different charity taking part.

Entrance is free but please bring a bag of coins so that you can donate money at your favourite charity tree(s). Charities range from national charities such as the British Heart Foundation to local schools and nurseries.

There is a Christmas Market and refreshments available.

Fakenham Parish Church
NR21 9DY
Festival Office 01328 862268.

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