St Georges Anglican Church Dunsborough shows off Christmas tree display

A thoughtful effort: Christmas-lovers Fay and Adrian worked together with Rev'd Lucy to bring the tree display to Dunsborough.
A thoughtful effort: Christmas-lovers Fay and Adrian worked together with Rev'd Lucy to bring the tree display to Dunsborough.

St Georges Anglican church in Dunsborough has gotten into the holiday spirit, with 24 Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes making a grand display at the Family Centre. Organisers say they aim to spread joy and the Christmas message to as many people as possible.

Christmas joy: The tree display at St Georges Community Centre in Dunsborough is free for the community to come and enjoy.

Christmas joy: The tree display at St Georges Community Centre in Dunsborough is free for the community to come and enjoy.

The idea originated with Fay Roocke and her husband Adrian, who recently moved to Dunsborough from Katanning, where the display use to live in an empty shop front. Fay, Adrian and Reverend Lucy collected the trees and handmade decorations, bringing them to them to their new home in St George's.

The display will be open to the public until Christmas Day. "It is a wonderful display, a joyful reminder of the Christmas message of peace and hope in our world today.

"Blessings to everyone," she said.

The display is a reminder of peace and hope at Christmas.

The display is a reminder of peace and hope at Christmas.