Christmas Tree and Wreath Festival 2015

This event took place from 26th November to 29th November at Hinckley Methodist Church and schoolrooms.

Many thanks to  everyone who helped make this event successful.  We had an excellent weekend and raised £1863.21. to be shared between church funds and Red Cross  Emergency Response Team Volunteer.

 

Results – Wreaths

1st W6 Carols and Choir boys – Marlene Whitmore.

2nd W1 Crackers and Coin  – The Shipley Family

3rd  W7 Candy Canes – Bowls Leicestershire Amy Rose Squad

Row of Wreaths
Row of Wreaths

Senior Trees

1st S3 Cupcakes for Christmas – The Craft Club

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2nd S4 Cinderella – The Pantomime Company

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3rd Carpen -tree ( Joseph & Jesus) –  Barwell Methodist Church
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Junior Trees

1st  J12 Clocks counting down to Christmas – Olivia Molyneux

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2nd J2   Monday Beavers – Candles and Crackers for Christmas – Monday Beavers

3rd  J9  Cub Camp – Monday Cubs.

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