Christmas at St. Hilda’s

Christmas Eve - Midnight Mass -11:30pm

Christmas Morning Eucharist - Family Service - 11:00am

A Festival of Decorated Christmas Trees 2017 – Winning Trees

Hosanna in egg-shell-sis   

by West Jesmond Primary School

 

Three winning Trees from the Group Category

 

           Nativitree by Jesmond Pool

gLitter by Keep Jesmond Clean

Rockin around the Christmas Tree

      by Maureen Gibson

Three Winning Trees from the Individual Category

  Treedeldum & Treedledee by Ken

 

 

    Kurisumasutsuri by Katie

  ( Christmas tree in Japanese)

 

We would like to thank everyone for their support during our Festival of Decorated Christmas Trees, it was very much appreciated, by all at St Hilda's.  

The number of people, who came on the day, has to be a record, but even more important, everyone seemed to have fun and enjoyed the display of trees. There was something for all age groups... Paddington Bear, Treedledum & Treedledee and even Snow White & the 7 dwarf trees, these were particular favourites with the children, as was the tree filled with quality street chocolates, the children were invited to help themselves to the sweets... a clever tactic!

On arrival our visitors were given a programme, a small glass of ginger wine and the all-important voting slip. There were 40 trees to look at and appreciate; choosing three was not an easy task.  Every tree was different; some took two minutes to set up, others weeks to prepare, but all were amazing. 

The Festival ended with a Carol Service, during which the winning trees were announced, surrounded by the spectacular trees. 

A short while later at 7:30pm The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers performed their Christmas Concert at St. Hilda's, they too were amazing… WHAT A DAY! 

              Memmories

by Dementia Action Alliance

        More popular Trees

                  Scots Pine

by Jesmond Community Forum

    'Trees' Look after this Bear

             by Hays Travel

                Balletreena  by St Hilda's Ballet School

 Tapestree by Pauline Pearson

       Needles in a haystack

          by Erica Dunmow

The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers performing their Christmas Concert.... The perfect end to a wonderful day!