An Isle of Wight village’s annual Christmas Tree Festival is getting ready to deck the halls.
As the Brighstone-based event makes its return for its 22nd year organisers are promising it will be bigger and better than ever, with more than 220 entries already.
Last year the festival saw an array of designs, from the equine-inspired to recycled wedding dresses.
The festivities will begin with a Lights of Love service in aid of Mountbatten on 5 December.
Then, from 6 December until 9 December all of the trees will go on display across the seven different locations in the village.
You can see the trees at:
- Brighstone Church
- The Methodist Church
- The Wilberforce Hall
- The Three Bishops Pub
- The Reading Rooms
- Mottistone Church
- Isle of Wight Pearl