Great Yarmouth woman in living Christmas tree | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News
PUBLISHED: 13:30 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:30 08 January 2018
A woman from Great Yarmouth has taken half in an eye catching excessive rise Christmas show at a church.
Yvonne Tovell, 53, turned a part of a living Christmas tree at The First Covenant Church in her adopted house metropolis of Jamestown in the state of New York in America.
Miss Tovell could be seen in the center of the third tier from the highest of the tree, which was created for a collection of annual Christmas live shows, in which she was a choir member.
She moved to America 21 years in the past and had lived in Alderson Road and went to Alderman Swindell Primary School. She works as an auditor.
Her father George Tovell stated: “Jameston is about the identical dimension as Great Yarmouth and they’re very non secular minded there. They do the tree yearly.
“It is amazing to see the tree and the concerts get full attendances.”
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