St James' Christmas Tree Festival


Why not start off the season of goodwill with a visit to the Charity Christmas Tree Festival at St James’ Church.

With free entry to a wonderful display of decorated trees, you can support your favourite charity or cause by placing a few coins in the
buckets provided; in 2022 we raised over £6000 for the represented charities.

During your visit you'll have chance to browse the Christmas shop,visit Santa and grab a wonderful coffee and cake in our Coffee Shop.
Gift & Coffee Shop open daily Coffee shop closes 30min before event closes

By visiting the festival you will be helping to raise vital funds for local voluntary & charity organisations.

We hope you an your family have a wonderful Christmas

Santa will be visiting:

Saturday, 25th November - 11:30 - 17:00

Sunday, 26th November - 13:30 - 17:00

Monday to Friday - 17:00 – 19:00
Saturday, 2nd December - 11:30– 16:30

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Map & Directions

Christmas Tree Festival

Type:Christmas Event

St James' Church, Thornton, BD13 3AB
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Call direct on:

Tel01274 830133

Opening Times

Season (27 Nov 2023 - 1 Dec 2023)
Monday - Friday11:00 - 19:00
Season (2 Dec 2023)
Saturday11:00 - 17:00

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Thornton VillageThornton Village, BradfordThe origins of the village go back before the Norman Conquest, when Thornton belonged to the manor of Bolton. It is spelt in the Domesday Book as Torenton meaning ‘enclosure of Thorns’.

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