Once again, Lowry Outlet will be hosting the fabulous Festival of Trees to raise vital funds for Francis House.

Returning for its 12th year, the event is organised by the Francis House Children’s Hospice and is supported by businesses and celebrities from across Manchester and beyond.

From October 27th until December 9th, decorated Christmas trees will be on show in Lowry Outlet for people to visit and they can place a bid to be in with a chance of taking home their favourite display in time for the big day.

Local and national organisations have pledged to donate and decorate a Christmas tree with Lancashire County Cricket Club, Black and Decker, Lowry Outlet, Manchester United Football Club plus many more supporting the event once again this year.

More than £225,000 has been raised so far and 2017 was its best year to date with £35,000 being donated to the charity.

Francis House Children’s Hospice provides respite care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions and support, friendship and short-term rest for their families.

It supports 350 children from across Greater Manchester and it needs to raise £12,900 every day to continue to provide its services. For more information, visit francishouse.org.uk

For more information please click here.

The store will be open inline with store opening hours.