High Sheriff of Wiltshire wowed by BoA’s Christmas Trees
Earlier today, Mayor Cllr Alex Kay, welcomed High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Nicky Alberry to Bradford on Avon, and what better place to take her than to the always beautiful Holy Trinity Church, which this week looks even more glorious with its Christmas Tree Festival in Place!
Photo: Left to right – Mayor Cllr Alex Kay, High Sheriff of Wiltshire Nicky Alberry, John Cox and Sandra Bartlett
It was really lovely to meet Nicky again, and she was really impressed by the history and story of Holy Trinity; we were all delighted by the glittering spectacle of the Christmas Tree Festival! Yet another great showcase put on by all of the community groups in our town.
Accompanied by the Town Clerk, Sandra Bartlett, they were guided around the church by John Cox, Chairman of the Friends of Holy Trinity.
If you haven’t already been to see the Christmas Trees, it is still on tomorrow and Sunday (8th & 9th December) along with various free events going on alongside (details below).
All Photos by Lydia Booth Photography
Christmas Tree Festival Events
10:30 – Simon Arnold (piano)
12:00 – Fiery Dragon Company
14:00 – Clarity Choir
15:30 – Courage Ladies Choir
08:00 – Eucharist (said)
09:30 – ‘In the Round’ Church Service
15:30 – Muriel Freeborn (Piano)
16:30 – Christ Church Music Group
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