The 2017 Corbridge Christmas Tree Festival inside St Andrew’s Church was truly stunning this year.
With a total of 5,312 visitors over four days.
You can now view photos of all 86 trees at the festival on this page with over 100 images posted here.
But photos alone do not do this magical event justice.
If within reach next year, you must visit the 2018 festival!
The dazzling 2017 festival was open from Friday Dec 1 to Monday Dec 4 inclusive – see the poster on this page for details of the event.
With thanks to Linda Hunter and everyone else at St Andrew’s, as well as the people behind each tree, for all of their hard work.
If viewing on a computer, click on the first image to fully open – you can then view all of the images by scrolling through.
Or click on any individual photo to see in full.
Note: If viewing on a smartphone you may need to scroll down through the first batch of photos and below the ‘Submit your news’ form to see the main selection of photos.
Judging of the trees was by the Hexham High School Art Department staff. Congratulations to those named below.
And if your tree – or favourite – missed out in the judges’ deliberations, remember it’s all subjective and the crowds who flocked to the 2017 festival voted all 86 trees winners!
With thanks again to Linda Hunter for the details:
Gold: Capelli Hair Design / Mike Anton & Associates / Watling Coffee House.
Silver: Delight & Wisdom / Alex Clark Art / Il Piccolo.
Bronze: Corbridge Co-op / English Heritage / Lambert Taylor and Gregory.
Organisations and Charities:
Gold: Corbridge Health Centre / St Andrew’s Choir / Stocksfield South of Tyne Flower Club.
Silver: Corbridge British Legion / Corbridge Tennis Club / Church Flower Ladies.
Bronze: Corbridge Lacemakers / Corbridge WI / Chrysalis At Tynedale.
Children and Young People:
Gold: Corbridge First School Year One / 1st Corbridge Brownies / Cambian Dilston College.
Silver: Corbridge First School Year Two / Little Tinklers 2 / Little Tinklers 3.
Bronze: Mowden Hall School / Messy Church / Corbridge Middle School.
Also click below to hear Linda Hunter talking to BBC Radio Newcastle’s Sue Sweeney about the Christmas Tree Festival: