The Christmas Tree Festival will return to Evesham.

All Saints Church will once again be hosting a festival of all things firry and festive, after a successful display last year.

The church, just off Market Place, will be filled with dozens of trees created by local organisations including the Rotary, Evesham Anti-Litter Group, the Festival of Words, Scouts, Guides and various schools.

Each tree will showcase the groups’ creativity and promote the work they do in the area throughout the year.

Councillor Robert Raphael said: “This year looks set to be a bumper year, with almost forty trees being placed around the town centre church.”

Evesham Journal: Evesham Anti-Litter Group's tree from last yearEvesham Anti-Litter Group's tree from last year (Image: Nigel Huddleston)

The festival opens on Saturday, December 10, and will run until December 30.

All Saints Church will open each day from 10am until 4pm, except when services and private events are being held.

The event is free, but donations in aid of the work of All Saints are welcome.