MORE than 20 community groups have furnished Prestatyn with fantastic festive creations for the 14th annual Christmas Tree festival.

From Monday, November 25 until Saturday, November 30, the popular event - which acts as a segue-way into advent on December 1 - offers an array of unique takes on the festive staple at Christ Church, on the High Street.

With this year's theme of 'Once Upon a Time', groups including the Young Dragons/ Dreigiau Ifanc, the Prestatyn and District Horticultural Society, the Trefoil Guild and more have contributed to the event to create an eclectic selection which included dragons, fairytale castles and a tribute to armed forces veterans.

As well as a winter wonderland forest of dazzling trees, a concert will be held on Wednesday, November 27 with Côr Alaw, from Colwyn Bay, who featured in the 2019 National Eisteddfod. Primary schools from the area will be performing musical interludes every weekday afternoon.

Christmas Gifts may be purchased at the craft, book and card stalls and games and refreshments with homemade cakes are available throughout.

The Festival is open on Wednesday and Friday from 1pm to 5pm - with a late night on Thursday until 7pm - and on Saturday from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Tickets, which include entry to the Tree Festival and seasonal refreshments, are £8 in advance and £10 on the door. Telephone 01745 855958.

There is also a treasure hunt for children. Admission is £2 for adults, £1 for children and family tickets at £5. Entry is free for under fives is free.