Aaron & Partners takes part in the Chester Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival
5th December, 2014
Aaron & Partners are once again taking part in the Chester Cathedral Christmas Tree festival.
The festival takes place from Saturday 29 November to Tuesday 6 January. The Aaron & Partners tree is decorated in glorious orange ribbon with silver baubles and orange/silver hanging discs which feature a selection of Cheshire landmarks that have been made especially for the tree.
Chester Cathedral says: “Since the end of November, Chester Cathedral cloisters have been aglow with more than 40 majestic Christmas trees.
“Our festival will allow visitors to escape from the hustle and bustle of the festive period and lose themselves in our astonishing tree-lined winter walkways.”
Entry to the exhibition will be free of charge and visitors will be encouraged to vote for their
favourite tree for a small fee. The winners will be announced at the closing of the festival.
For more information please contact Jude Kenyon on 01244 405418 or email [email protected]
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