Christmas trees from 2021
The photos from this year’s festival have now been uploaded for you to enjoy.
Christmas trees from 2020
Nearly seventy groups and individuals supported us by uploading their tree and wreath photos and videos in 2020 as part of the Virtual Festival of Christmas Trees.
A locally pot-grown Nordmann Pine.
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Keeping Busy at Peggy’s is the name of our day service which is open 3 days a week at present for people living with dementia.
This Christmas tree is located close to Verona, Italy.
Everything is green, so we’ve called it Green Lizzie!
Our Christmas tree decorated by our 5 year old twins.
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My late wife, Sue (who was the real Organiser of the Christmas Tree Festival for 15 years), was very proud of this little tree as she grew it from seed.
Presented by Lisa Fleming Communications, the Communicating Christmas tree sparkles with glass ornaments collected from around the world over many years.
We offer bereavement support, advice and information to any one in our community who requests it.
As so much of this year has been virtual in many ways we have sent digital Christmas cards, and donated to our local food bank and Lindsey Lodge.
The tree came from Lindsey Lodge & is a beauty. I would recommend them to anyone who hasn’t got their tree yet
The Lindsey Lodge Light up a Life tree was lit during a live virtual service on Friday 4 December.
Collected these over a number of years now, takes hours to do as each one is packed individually
We had a wonderful afternoon decorating our tree. Everyone has their favourite decoration, each one is filled with memories, and of course many are farm-themed!
Rotary Club of Scunthorpe Pentagon is pleased to support its mother club the Rotary Club of Scunthorpe
Themes this year include Santa’s Grotto, Bronze Forrest, Winter Wonderland. Imperial Gilt and Peacock Gathering.
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As we aren’t able to perform at the festival this year which we thoroughly enjoy and we haven’t been able to meet together since March to decorate a tree of our own, I thought I would add mine and donate on behalf of our choir to a very worthy cause!
The balloon trees were made this year for our hospital due to COVID-19 and infection control purpose
Anne and Mavis, of Yaddlethorpe Methodist Church, are long-time supporters of the
My children and I are Scunthorpe fans! I have been going to watch them since 1992 and was privileged to represent them in the FA Cup Fans Choir a few years ago.
You don’t often see a Christmas tree with Morris dancers, clogs and
crossed swords for decoration!
The tree represents 55 years of Scunthorpe Little Theatre Club presenting pantomimes, mainly at the Plowright Theatre.
77 years of entertainment
Our tree shows many long term members of the choir – but all appropriately
distanced and masked!
Our tree is Community Wellbeing and it has some of our services and contact numbers on it from our three teams Active community, Healthy lifestyles and Adult community wellbeing
Our members shine like bright diamonds!
Scunthorpe and District Fibromyalgia Support and Social Group works with Fibromyalgia Action UK
The children at Priory Lane made their own tree decorations. The decorations are unique and wonderful, and they worked very hard on them!
Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support, We are here for you.
We imagine winter Norway to be cold, snowy with a blue sky and frozen fiords.
This is Fredrikstad on 3rd December at midday.
I’m entering our tree because my family would like to spread some Christmas cheer.
Fermanagh comes to North Lincolnshire. Gold and ivory for prosperity and peace.
I made this spiral from a willow base and a green & berry wire wrap, added the lights and then hung it up from a bar across the plate rack in the corner…that was 25 years ago!
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We always come to the Festival of Christmas Trees as a family, we love it, so felt it would be our way of taking part in this very different year.
The children at St Paul’s preschool in Ashby are 2-4 years old and have loved getting busy with paints, glue and lots of sparkles.
Our tree is a collaboration of handmade decorations which have been crafted by our learning team working with Year 5/6 at Luddington and Garthorpe School – we hope you like it?!
Decorations are polystyrene bell moulds decorated with sequins by members of the group. the decorations were hung on silver painted branches of twisted willow.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre’s tree is themed around our WOW! Said the Owl exhibition.
Lincolnshire’s largest independent Vending Company celebrating 50 years of service to the business community.
Our traditional family tree decorations have been collected over many years but this year we’re hoping the ones we’ve selected will survive the interest of small children that we’re looking forward to seeing?
Winston’s Wish is a charity supporting children after the death of a parent or sibling.
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Our family has been part of the Festival of Trees since the outset and this year, a little differently, from Melbourne, Australia.
In this awful Covid year we need a bit of early festive cheer and glow so our tree has gone up early! It’s just a normal family tree with lights ,baubles and some memorable trinkets and baubles from favourite holidays in some amazing places a few years ago!
A Christmas tree of the representation of the year 2020 through the eyes of primary school children, showing their respect to the NHS and key workers.
Brigg Inner Wheel has supported Scunthorpe Festival of Trees, as we are part of the Rotary/Inner Wheel family
The thoughts of young people from 2020 and the hopes for 2021.
Although the Club has been closed since March many members are playing online on Bridgebase Online (bridgebase.com)
As a local family owned Funeral Director our tree this year represents Hope for those families who have lost a love one or been affected by the current pandemic in 2020.
Inclusive at Aalps is an organisation which offers different activities and experiences for autistic adults, based at Options Roxby House.
Scunthorpe Supporters Group
Anglo-Indian Fabric Fusion Wreath by the Mar Thoma Church
Children’s Groups of Old Brumby United Church.
Our tree has been submitted by the committee of The Gainsborough and District Arts Society.
Our tree represents the anticipation of the coming of The Light of the World.
A friendly group of ladies who meet at the church fortnightly on a Thursday evening (under normal circumstances!)
Dying matters aims to encourage people to talk about their choices regarding end of life planning.
I am entering this wreath on behalf of Old Brumby United Church. I chose the title as it is my favourite carol and it is often sung at Sing For Your Supper at the start of the Festival of Trees.
Our wreath has been made by all the service users at Options Roxby House, each making a different Pom Pom.
As a member of the Embroiderers’ Guild (Scunthorpe and District Branch), I used the first lockdown to embroider 50 goldwork decorations to fit into small hoops for our tree.
The Blue Door offers support to victims of domestic Violence in Scunthorpe & Grimsby and sexual violence across the whole Humberside area.
Local Sunday Football League
Supporting the local community,and Scunthorpe Rotary Clubs Christmas Tree Festival.
Inspiring children and their parents to develop their love of books, literacy skills and life long learning.