Twinkling Stretton 2020 

Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions the Twinkling Stretton events at Stretton and Lower Stretton will not go ahead this year. The lights on the trees will still be lit throughout the festive season.

Twinkling Stretton 2019


Full details for the events at Stretton and Lower Stretton can be found on the

 'Latest Parish News' page


Please join us for Carol Singing and Christmas Tree Lights Switch On

Saturday 1st December 2018 – from 5pm

on PGT land opposite Cat & Lion pub, followed by Mulled Wine, Mince Pies, Soft Drinks and Sweets in the Pavilion if you wish to volunteer to help with refreshments please contact

Sunday 2nd December 2018 – from 5pm

At Summit Close, Lower Stretton, followed by Mince Pies in the Ring O’Bells pub

We look forward to seeing you there!


Historically, Stretton Parish Council and the Local Community has held many events over the past few years and below are photos of some of these events.

Bulb Planting in Stretton

During October 2006 the Parish Council and the local residents of Lower Stretton planted over 3,000 bulbs around  the Parish of Stretton with the remainder being planted by a local horticultural company

Hard at work planting bulbs around Stretton

Christmas Tree Planting in Stretton

                                                                 The first of 2 Christmas trees was planted in  Lower Stretton in November 2009 by Green Home and Garden

    Lighting up the Christmas tree and singing Carols

                                         The Residents of Lower Stretton around the new Christmas tree

The Jubilee Oak Trees commemorating the 60 year reign of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II -  The trees were a joint project involving Stretton Parish Council and Pewterspear Green Trust.   

Planting the Jubilee Oak in Lower Stretton by Green Home and Garden - March 2013 (the second tree was planted on PGT land)

                                                             The Oak in Lower Stretton with tree  

Diamond Jubiliee Celebrations in Stretton

It was a wet day but our spirits were not diminished.

Vote for Best Hat, which was won by Mary Blackshaw.