A ONE-day-only pick your own Christmas tree event is being hosted by a disability charity.

Enham Trust, based in Enham Alamein, is opening its field of 26,000 home-grown Christmas trees to the public on December 2.

Trees are from three to five feet tall and prices start from £20 with funds raised going towards the charity’s work.

Enham Trust head of gardening Nigel Sully said: “We are really excited to be able to open our Christmas tree field to the public for the first time. We have been growing our trees for a few years now and tending to them all year round with support from corporate groups.

“By purchasing a Christmas tree from Enham Trust, you will be supporting disabled people with valuable work opportunities and skills development, not just at Christmas time, but throughout the whole year.

“We hope that families will enjoy the experience, whilst also making a charitable contribution to our cause.”

Christmas stalls and refreshments will also be available on the day.

For more information, go to enhamtrust.org.uk