WATCH: Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, a member of the ‘Picture This: Tenby Observer photography club’ group on Facebook, has captured all the creativity and fun of the popular Christmas Tree Festival at St Johns Church, Tenby, where many local organisations contribute inventive displays.

Christmas trees at Tenby St Johns
(Pic supplied)

The Christmas Tree festival is up in the Church which is open daily from 11am – 4pm, and is always well worth a visit to see many different ways of decorating the trees. 

On Christmas eve, Sunday, December 24, morning worship at 11am will be a nativity themed service with carols, and at 4pm the family service is called the Candy Cane and Crib Service. 

Everyone is very welcome to come and join in amongst the trees to sing and hear the story of Christmas. 

December 25 - Christmas Day morning worship at 10am with communion.

All at St Johns United Reformed and Methodist Church, Tenby, wish everyone a very happy and blessed Christmas and a healthy New Year.