The first Christmas Tree Festival in Bushey Heath was held from December 7 to 9.
There were 26 trees in St Andrews church, each one representing a different group, organisation or business from the neighbourhood. The trees were decorated to reflect the nature of the organisation.
They were decorated with badminton shuttlecocks; cake recipes, sheep; books; flowers; scrabble letters; knitted Santas; frogs and of course, different coloured lights.
John Wood, who helped organise the festival, said it was a great success.
He commented: “It was a wonderful sight. Many people came to see the trees and dropped in at the Christmas Café to have festive refreshments. On Sunday evening the church was full for carols among the trees led by Revd Richard Lowson. Admission to the festival was free and £360 was collected for the Peace Hospice.”