WESTVILLE House School started the Christmas season with an evening of festive fun hosting a wreath making session at the school. Parents, friends and staff tested their creativity to produce beautiful decorative door wreaths from scratch.

Working on wire rings, binding moss with traditional methods and adding foliage and accessories, they created spectacular results.

Mrs Helen James from Westville House said: “This is the third year that we have run the wreath making and it is more popular than ever.

“Everyone creates amazing designs and enjoys catching up with friends over a glass or two of mulled wine.

“Many people had put a lot of thought into their designs and there were some superb results. It really was a great way to start the festive season and bring everyone together.”