Tenbury Wells mistletoe festival attracts hundreds

Mistletoe It was the ninth annual mistletoe festival

More than 500 people flocked to a mistletoe festival over the weekend.

Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire holds three mistletoe auctions every year, and the town celebrates a national mistletoe day on 1 December.

Festival organiser Caroline Palethorpe, said people from as far away as Rhyll and Southport travelled to the town.

A procession took place through the centre of the town, and a Mistletoe Queen was crowned.

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