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St Luke’s Christmas Tree Festival


The St Luke’s Church Christmas Tree Festival is back this year for one weekend only!

The church will be beautifully decorated with Christmas trees and twinkling lights for you to come and visit.

The church have been doing the festival for over ten years, and of course things were very different in 2020. But the Christmas tree festival is back this year for visitors to enjoy in the church. Trees are decorated by anyone in the community such as a school, charity, organisation, business or family to raise funds for the church and charities. This year donations go to the Thames Hospice.

Businesses can get involved by sponsoring a tree, then going along to decorate it however they like!

There is also a Memory Tree where you can leave a tag to remember lost ones at this time.


When is the Christmas Tree Festival?


You can visit Maidenhead’s very own magical Narnia from Friday 3rd December to Sunday 5th December 2021.

You can go between 10am and 7pm on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th, and from 12pm to 6pm on Sunday 5th.

Where can I find it?


Address: St Luke’s Church, Norfolk Road, Maidenhead, SL6 7AX


There will be refreshments served in the church and donations are appreciated. Take along some change and vote for your favourite Christmas tree, by popping your donation in the pot next to it.

There will also be a raflle for you to take part in.


You can contact Revd. Sally Lynch for any further details, by emailing: sally514@btinternet.com