West Norfolk students have been dreaming of a ‘Green Christmas’ by making a tree out of recycled materials.
The environmentally friendly festive decoration was created by Year 7 students using chicken wire, cardboard, old school postcards, string and wool at Smithdon High School in Hunstanton.
It was put on display at the Hunstanton’s Christmas Tree festival, which featured more than 30 different trees decorated by organisations from the local area.
The recycled tree was voted by visitors as a winner at the event at Hunstanton Town Hall, with third place going to Smithdon, part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust.
The whole of Year 7 was involved in making the tree, with each student making a star and putting a message on the back for everyone to read, while a smaller group helped to set it up in the town hall for the festival.
It was on show along with other imaginatively decorated trees over a weekend in December.
Head of school Amanda Gibbins said: “It was great that the festival was able to take place again this year.