Treefest is a spectacular festive display of Christmas trees held in the Gothic splendour of St Mary Redcliffe Church. Open between Friday 9th and Wednesday 14th December 2016, it features over 100 trees of all shapes and sizes, each decorated in a unique and innovative way reflecting the ethos and creativity of the business, school, community group and charitable organisation behind it.
Treefest is an absolute delight to visit, attracting thousands of visitors and helping to raise valuable funds for charity. There’s a varied musical programme and a chance to vote for your favourite tree.
Treefest is open from Friday 9th to Wednesday 14th December 2016 at St Mary Redcliffe Church in Bristol city centre. The church is open daily.
It is free to visit but we welcome charitable donations in support of two charities – Mothers for Mothers and
St Mary Redcliffe Church for its outreach programme.
The church is accessible from the north or south sides. Level access is only available from the south churchyard.
Toilets are located in the Undercroft on the north side of the church. A temporary Portaloo with level access is just outside the south porch.
A variety of refreshments will be available in the Arc Café or a pop-up café inside the church.
There will be free musical performances during treefest. View the programme here.