Children from East Riding have been ringing in Christmas while helping to support the Church Tower appeal at St Michael’s in Cherry Burton.
The Friends of St Michael’s Church in Cherry Burton organised their first Christmas Tree Competition to help fundraise for the appeal, which recently paid £60,000 for long overdue repair work to the tower.
The 10 trees in the competition – sponsored by local businesses including our North region – were handed over to village groups to decorate, with the finished results taking pride of place in the church until Christmas.
Paul Staniford, chairman of the Friends, said: “The competition has been a great success, the groups in the village have been enthusiastic supporters, and the decorated trees in the church can be viewed and visited daily up until Christmas.
“The friends of St Michael’s wish all the sponsors a very Merry Christmas and thank them all for their generous sponsorship and support.”
Julie Hubbard, Linden Homes North sales manager, said: “This has been a wonderful opportunity for us to get involved with such a great idea that will benefit the whole community. Well done to everyone who has taken part and we have really enjoyed looking at the fabulous results of the Linden Homes tree.”
Over £133m has been committed by Linden Homes to improving local communities since 2010.
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