Lions launched Tree Of Light campaign in Clevedon
PUBLISHED: 10:00 13 November 2018
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People will be able to remember their loved ones by sponsoring a star on this year’s Tree Of Light.
The Clevedon Lions annual Christmas Tree Of Light will be switched on at the Baptist Church in Queens Square on November 24.
The tree is brought into the church foyer every year and is decorated with colourful, twinkling lights.
By writing a message and placing a star on it’s branches, people can remember family and friends during the festive period.
Last December, almost 200 stars adorned the tree, raising more than £1,000 for diabetes charities and Hearing Dogs For The Deaf.
Lions will be at the tree from 10am to noon each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from November 30 to December 23 to receive messages and help place stars on the tree.
If people are unable to make it to the church, then complete the attached form and a star will be hung on their behalf.
The Times will put an electronic version of the form online for people to download too.