Gwinear CP School Christmas Tree

Dec 16, 2013 | Uncategorized

Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council in recent years has donated a locally sourced Christmas tree to the two schools within its Parish as this was something that Penwith District Council carried out in previous years.

Both the trees are recycled within their wards after the schools close for Christmas.  The one at Connor Downs School is erected outside the public house in Connor Downs for all to see and enjoy and the one at Gwinear School is donated to the local village hall in Gwinear.

Below is one of the trees after it was decorated by Gwinear CP School:

Christmas Tree 2013

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