The current situation means that it will not be possible to hold the Festival in St Thomas's church this year. Instead an Online Christmas Tree Festival is being offered. We hope this will still provide creative opportunities for those who would like to exhibit, by means of photographs, a decorated Christmas tree or nativity scene, as well as giving pleasure to those who will be able to visit it electronically. The Festival will be available to view from the 1st to 15th December 2020.
Entering a Tree or Nativity Scene in 2020 - for details see: http://www.stthomassalisbury.co.uk/whats-on/2019-christmas-tree-festival
The Charities for the 2020 Festival:
As in previous years the Festival is pleased to be able to support two local charities. These are The Jo Benson Day Centre for Disabled Adults and The Salisbury Child Contact Centre.
The Jo Benson Day Centre this year is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its founding. Its team of dedicated staff and volunteers provide respite and day care in a safe and stimulating environment.
The Salisbury Child Contact Centre was established in 2009 and provides a safe, warm and relaxed place for children to meet their non-resident parent when both parents are in dispute with each other about child contact arrangements as a result of divorce or separation.
More about the Festival - if you have any questions regarding entries or contributing music items please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rector and congregation of St Thomas's look forward to welcoming all exhibitors, musicians, singers and visitors to the 2020 Online Festival.