NEWS: Christmas lights switch on

Sea Mills Xmas Tree

Despite poor weather quite a crowd gathered last Tuesday 18th December 2018 to watch long-standing local Sea Mills resident, WW2 veteran Stan Tozer turn on possibly the most unusual Christmas lights in the country. Our lit tree is causing quite a stir as it’s INSIDE a disused phone box on Sea Mills Square – on the junction of Shirehampton Road and St Edyth’s Road in north Bristol.

The tree will be lit every evening over the Christmas period and see us into 2019 which mark 100 years of the Sea Mills estate. Selfies are definitely encouraged! #SeaMillsTree

The tree was made possible with the financial support of: Keith and Gill Bonham, Collistear Hair and Beauty, Sea Mills Together and Sea Mills Community Initiatives. The decorations were made by local school children.

Stan Tozer turns on Sea Mills Christmas lights
Photo by Dave Mallard
Sea Mills Xmas Tree
Photo: Mary Milton
Sea Mills Xmas Tree
Photo: Mary Milton

 

 

 

EVENT: Christmas lights switch on

For the brave hearted this evening (18th Dec 2018) we will be switching on the lights in the Square at 6.55pm. We will then be going down to St Edyth’s Church as Carols on the Square have been relocated there due to the rain. Refreshments¬† afterwards.
If you miss the switch on please have a look on your way home! Selfies encouraged #SeaMillsTree

 


Everyone is invited to our Christmas Tree lights switch on
Tuesday 18th December 6.55pm followed by Carols on the Square.

Sea Mills Square, red phone box. Switch on by long standing local resident. WWII veteran Stan Tozer.

Kindly sponsored by: Keith and Gill Bonham, Collistear Hair and Beauty, Sea Mills Together and Sea Mills Community Initiatives.