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Giant 24ft Christmas tree outside The Rising Sun in Kingsdown set to raise £500 for new village pre-school


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Youngsters are invited to help decorate a giant Christmas tree outside a village pub.

Dan and Toni Johnson of The Rising Sun in Kingsdown roped in six locals to help put up the 24ft super spruce, which is raising money for Kingsdown Pre-school's new build.

People are invited to pay to hang a bauble on the giant tree outside The Rising Sun in Kingsdown
People are invited to pay to hang a bauble on the giant tree outside The Rising Sun in Kingsdown

It has since been adorned with festive lights and covered in baubles.

"But there's always room for more", said landlord Mr Johnson.

It is the third year the pub near Deal has organised the charitable event.

Mr Johnson added: "We've had an amazing response so far.

"We're asking people for a minimum donation of £1. We're looking to have raised about £500."

Children have helped decorate the giant spruce - but there's still room for more
Children have helped decorate the giant spruce - but there's still room for more

People can hang their own decoration or collect one from inside the pub.

The tree was supplied and delivered by Courtlands Farm in Barham.

Landlord Dan Johnson is raising money for Kingsdown Pre-School
Landlord Dan Johnson is raising money for Kingsdown Pre-School
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