Christmas trees of all shapes, sizes and materials were on show yesterday in Cromer Church for charities.
Visitors will be able to see beautiful Christmas tree displays, created by charities from the town including the Cromer RNLI, Cromer Academy, Crab and Lobster festival and Cromer twinning association.
This years twinning association Christmas tree contribution has a prominent French colour scheme decorated with union flags. Leaflets highlighting twinning between Cromer (UK) Crest (France) and Nida (Germany) are on display.
The festival is part of the town’s Christmas lights celebration, which runs this weekend.
It will lead up to the grand switch-on event at 5.30pm this Saturday.
Cromer resident, Marguerite Jelley said: “The Cromer Christmas festival is a community event and brings people together. It certainly generates Christmas spirit.”