The trail will consist of 300-500 individually decorated and themed Christmas trees sponsored by local businesses, charities and individuals, creating a mapped walking trail all around the village of Kineton and Little Kineton, making the village THE place in Warwickshire to visit this December. Maps will be available to purchase (£2.50) from village shops and the proceeds will be donated to local charities.
If you want a tree on the trail…
Please print off the registration form, complete it and return with correct cash payment to Flower Thyme as soon as possible.
REGISTRATION CLOSES SATURDAY 6TH NOVEMBER.
Walk the trail
Maps will be available to purchase (£2.50) from village shops and the proceeds will be donated to local charities.
Walk the trail throughout the WHOLE of December- day or evening – maps available at village shops so that you can complete the trail at your own pace. Suitable for all the family.
Hundreds of themed and decorated Christmas trees throughout Kineton and Little Kineton, Warwickshire (CV35 0JS) – see how many you can find, guess the theme and vote on your favourite tree and best decorated street!
A 5 – 5.5ft Norwegian Spruce tree without stand is available at a cost of £16. Alternatively, a 5 -5.5ft tree stabilized on a wooden block is available at a cost of £20.
All trees will be available to collect on Saturday 20th November giving you plenty of time to create your display for 1st December.
After the event, trees (minus their decorations) will be shredded and the chippings used to improve village footpaths.
If you would like to take part in this years event and live or work in Kineton please complete a registration form (above) and return to Flower Thyme florist ASAP.
This years theme is “on this day in history”
Choose a date, a year, an event and create a spectacular themed tree based on it.
The brief is vast – history, famous birthdays, film and music release dates and sporting achievements could all be your inspiration.
Stuck for ideas? ask Alexa daily “ tell me what happened on this day in history”…or dig out your Horrible history books! Here’s some ideas…
31st July 1980 – Harry Potter’s birthday
8th August 1963 – the Great Train Robbery
23rd October 1642 – The Battle of Edgehill
27th November 2012 – the film premier of “Frozen”
20th July 1969 – Apollo 11 landed on the moon