Residents of all ages come together to light up St Mark's in Bilton with nativity displays

The inside of St Mark’s Church in Bilton was lit up with nativity displays from around the world as part of an event held on November 23.

Wednesday, 27th November 2019, 5:44 pm
Updated Wednesday, 27th November 2019, 5:44 pm
A nativity display made by pupils of Henry Hinde Infant School.

It was a community event, with exhibits from members of St Mark’s congregation as well as friends, relatives and members of churches within the Deanery and elsewhere.

Bilton Junior School, Henry Hinde Infant School and Henry Hinde Junior School also took part on the day – with the latter two making their own nativity displays.

Some of the Nativity Scenes were from around the world including Ireland, Peru, Italy and Zambia. Donations were taken on the door, and all money raised is set to go towards funding church projects.

Richard and Diane Holmes with faberge egg and other exhibits.
Another display made by Henry Hinde pupils.
Len Bond and Pat Price.