The Collegiate Church of St Mary in Warwick is the beautiful setting for the annual Christmas Tree Festival, which opens on Warwick Town Victorian evening, Thursday 29 November and continues until Sunday 9 December 2018. This year the community led ‘Warwick Poppies’ display runs alongside the Festival and marks the 100 year anniversary of the end of the
First World War.
Visitors can vote for their favourite Christmas tree and be entered in the prize draw. Admission on Victorian Evening is 50p per adult. Children are Free. There will be Entertainment to include a variety of music, including, Spa Brass, mulled wine & mince pies. Craft stalls and the St Mary’s gift shop will help with those Christmas presents. The evening will be rounded off with a short carol service at 8.45 pm.
The Pop Up Café will be serving tea, coffee and homemade cakes on Friday and Saturday of both weekends from 10 am – 4 pm.
On Saturday 1st December Spa Brass will be returning this year at 10 am to play Christmas music while you wander through the trees. ‘Da Capo’ an a cappella chamber choir will be busking round the Church at 11am, filling the church with their beautiful sound. St Mary’s invites you to have tea and cake with the Mayor of Warwick, at 11am and there is a Christmas ‘Sing it loud’ Concert ‘Tis the Season, at 7.30 pm, tickets www.singitloud.co.uk/christmas