Bodmin’s annual Christmas tree festival will take place at the 15th Century St Petroc’s Church between December 4 and 26, from 10.30am until 4.30pm.
A spokesman for the event said: “Come and join us as we celebrate this festive season with our annual Christmas tree festival.
“Our church will be filled with trees decorated by local schools, businesses, charities, friends and services.
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“Wander round at your leisure or come and join one of our concerts. Lunches served with tea, coffee and cake also available.
“Coach parties welcome but please phone to book lunches.”
The event is believed to be Cornwall’s original – and potentially biggest – tree festival.
Trees will be decorated by local charities and organisations including British Legion, Samaritans, local schools, Bodmin Gaol Birds, Age Concern and Memory Matters.
There’s also a grand draw, market stalls and lunches served from December 4 to 14.
For more information and to book lunches, call 01208 73081.