2020’s Festival will be held from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th December, and our Partner Charity will be The Golden Lion Children’s Trust.
£5. Children under 16 are free but must be accompanied by an adult. Profits will be shared between our partner charity and Holy Trinity Church.
Friday 11.30am until 7.30pm
Saturday 11.30am until 6.30pm
Sunday 11.30am until 5.00pm, followed by a Carol Service at 6pm.
will be open in The Old School, opposite the church, from 11:30 on Friday and Saturday, and from 12 noon on Sunday.
is a feature throughout the Festival. Choirs, soloists, organists, pianists, and instrumentalists will play and sing for our visitors. Please see our Festival Music for more information.
The festival ends with a special service of CAROLS among the trees at 6pm followed by mulled wine and mince pies in the Old School.
For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions.
About Holy Trinity Church
A church has stood on this site for more than 900 years. People have worshipped here, prayed here, got married, brought their children to be baptized and come here to mourn the loss of friends and family. It is the centre for a lively, caring, friendly community. A rich variety of services to suit all tastes is provided throughout the month. For more information see the church’s website.
What we’ve raised so far
|2003||St Peter & St James Hospice||£1,500||no poster|
|2006||Macmillan Cancer Support||£4,100|
|2007||The Children’s Society||£4,175|
|2008||St Catherine’s Hospice||£4,511|
|2009||Leukemia Research Fund||£4,796|
|2010||Downs Syndrome Association||£4,690|
|2011||Help for Heroes||£5,000|
|2013||Action for Deafness||£5,800|
|2014||Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance||£5,241|
|2015||Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice||£6,461|
|2016||Mid Sussex Branch of Parkinson’s UK||£7,115|