For the fifth year running, St Thomas' Church in Salisbury is packed to the rafters with decorated Christmas trees.
One hundred and fifteen, in all, not only line the aisles but every available tree-size space the church has to offer.
Decorated and illuminated by local churches, schools, community groups, businesses, youth organisations, individuals and charities - there's not a commercially sponsored tree in sight.
And with competition, we've been reliably informed, intense - the Christmas trees range from the unique to the downright unusual.
Salisbury City Football Club's effort, for instance, an 'Up the Whites!' for a White Christmas is a festive mass of footballs and a year of White's newspaper headlines...
..whilst the Cancer Research (UK) Shop's tree has been sculpted out of denim to highlight their reliance on donations of clothing and household items.
Launched on Tuesday, December 1, the Decorated Christmas Tree Festival runs at St Thomas' Church in St Thomas' Square in Salisbury until Sunday, December 6.
The event is free although all donations, nearly £5,000 was raised last year, will be shared between St Thomas' Church, The Children's Society and Elizabeth House in Salisbury.
And with a packed live musical programme, running throughout the week, a children's corner and refreshments it's just the place to head for inspiration before you tackle decorating your own tree.
If you want to drop in, the festival can be seen everyday from 10 am to 6 pm and on Sunday from 1 pm to 6 pm when a special closing service will be held with seasonal readings and carols. Enjoy...
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