Run by Patients for Patients

St Edmundsbury Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival 2014


held in the Cathedral Cloisters from Wednesday 10th December until Sunday 14th December 10am to 6pm

Charities and Schools will be participating including CPSG. A great opportunity for everyone to profile their charity and to gain much needed funds.

The event is longer this year and covers the period when several Christmas Carol Services/Carols by Candlelight concert take place in the Cathedral. If footfall to the Cathedral is high many visitors may take the opportunity to visit the Christmas Tree Festival too. The event is Free Admission however visitors will be actively encouraged to give generously by donation. All proceeds from the Festival will be shared between the charities and schools taking part. All trees will be furnished to a high standard with lights and decorations to represent each charity taking  part.


We do hope you will come along and give your support to this popular event!


We hope you enjoy viewing all the trees decorated and give generously to the participating charities.

Supporting charities and children

Action for Children, Age UK Suffolk, British Red Cross, Bury St Edmunds Women's Refuge,

Cancer Research UK, Children's Society, EACH, Focus 12, Friends of Priory School,Friends of the Cathedral Choir, Gatehouse, Headway Suffolk, Just Traid, Mencap, RABI, Kagera, Practical Action, Royal British Legion, Samaritans, St John Ambulance, St Nicholas Hospice Care, West Suffolk Blind Association, 7th Bury Girl Guides, Chronic Pain Support Group.

From St Edmundsbury Cathedral:-

Young Families, Junior Church, St Cecilia Juniors, Colts and Probationers, St Cecile Chorale.

The Christmas Tree Festival would not be possible without the generous support of local businesses.

Chronic Pain Support Group

Bring People in Pain Together