Tree of Life


An unforgettable celebration in a beautiful historic church, which dates from 1490.

A very special event full of the Joy of Life.

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th November

Dickleburgh Church

10am to 6pm

Music, Displays, Lights, and of course

The Decorated Trees

At 4pm on the Sunday there will be a Celebration of the Tree of Life

in music, poetry, prayers,and pictures.

On each side of the river stood the Tree of Life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit for every season. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.

Norfolk is full of people who long for healing, and who work tirelessly to ensure that life, in its fullness, is available as widely as possible. Individuals, charities, and organisations have all contributed to our Celebration, and have produced some wonderful displays. Come and marvel at their individual creativity, wonder at the spectacular overall effect, enjoy a drink and choose from a selection of wonderful cakes. Have the chance to contribute to your favourite charity, or to the charity which put in your favourite tree.

Below are some of last year’s stunning contributions below.

A Huge “Thank you” to our 2016 sponsors:

Susan Wymark

John Doe

Burston Community Primary School

1st Dickleburgh Rainbows