Devizes has this week been able to see the handiwork of children from Bishops Cannings Primary School as their home-made Christmas trees have gone on public display.

The window of the former Scrummylicious restaurant premises in the Market Place has become the temporary home of the trees, which the young artists have created as their contribution to a big community event this Saturday.

Each class at the primary school has made their own tree, featuring a theme of their choosing.

The reception class chose Goldilocks, Hedgehog class featured The Jolly Postman, Phoenix class their namesake bird, Pavenders relived the 1940s, Hare Moon Wood class had hares and moons on theirs while the top classes featured the 1980s and the 1960s.

The trees will remain in the window until today when they will be taken back to the village for the Christmas market in St Mary’s Church tomorrow from 9am-noon. A Christmas tree sale also takes place in the car park of the Crown Inn next door, all part of the Bishops Cannings Christmas Fair.