Once hailed as the "Queen Of Villages" during the reign of Queen Victoria, Wath-upon-Dearne, a small rural village, in the upper division of Strafforth and Tickhill, 6 miles North of Rotherham, had been without a Christmas tree for well over ten years. This year 2014 donors stepped forward and brought a great deal of joy to the surrounding community. The battle isn't won yet and we need you to keep on voting as your voice really matters.
It's about time something was said as it was obvious that our little village was being neglected and in danger of rapidly disappearing like the snow in summer.... United we stand... divided we aint got a Christmas Tree.
Don't be the Grinch that stole Christmas, give us a tree to help celebrate it!
When I was a child I remember wath christmas tree being big and beautiful and I would like my children to see what I saw. It gave wath christmas spirit.
Support our little Yorkshire village
joyce3 weeks ago Demographics: I am not from the area but my vote is sympathetic and friendly
Sarah Murray3 weeks ago Demographics: I am from the Wath area and my vote is sincere and friendly
Kevin Whale3 weeks ago Demographics: I am from the Wath area and my vote is sincere and friendly
- Petition has reached 250 signatures!
- Now that the market has been moved into the centre of Wath, I think it is the idea opportunity to bring back the tree and give us all a real sense of community. Something that is sadly lacking in this day of cut backs!