This wonderful tree is named after eight year old Elliott Frary, who lives with a rare chromosome disorder.
Elliott’s Tree is sure to bring joy and festive magic to The Forum again this year.
Elliott’s mother Ria Frary says, “It’s always a pleasure to decorate the tree in my son’s name. Our chosen charity, The Clare School, is such a fantastic school. They
have done wonders for Elliott in his unique learning path; from physio to speech and his brilliant teachers and class friends too. We hope you all enjoy the tree as much as we do. From me and my family, we wish you a very merry Christmas and a healthy new year!”
In 2021, over £340 was raised for The Clare School, a specialist Physical and Sensory Complex Needs School for pupils from 3 to 19 years. This year The Forum
and Taverham Nursery Centre have teamed up once again to raise money for the school and support them in providing excellent opportunities for learning.
Jayne Evans, Events Producer at The Forum says: “Each year it’s my great pleasure to work with the family and team from Taverham Garden Centre to create a
wonderful centrepiece in our main Atrium. The tree is always magnificent and, thanks to the generosity of the thousands of people who pass through The Forum in
the lead up to Christmas, it raises much needed funds for a really good cause.”
We have been to see Elliott’s Tree and it looks absolutely amazing, so when you do pass by take a moment and please donate what you can to The Clare School.
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