A WREXHAM pub is inviting residents to place their own unique baubles on their Christmas tree this December, to help raise money for charity.

The Lavister-based pub re-opened under the name 'The Dog and Pickle' in June of this year.

The venue was previously known as the Nag's Head and is located on Chester Road.

This Christmas time, owner Steve Lewis and his team have come up with a sprnkle of festive fun to help raise money for a children's charity.

From December 1, residents are invited to decorate a bauble - for a fee of £1.50 - which will then be placed on the giant 25-foot Christmas tree outside the pub.

Every penny raised from the scheme will be going towards supporting the Action For Children charity.


The charity's vision is that every child and young person has a safe and happy childhood, and the foundations they need to thrive.

They do this by providing practical and emotional care and support and make sure that children's voices are heard.

The Leader: PIC: Baubles will be placed on this gigantic Christmas tree outside The Dog and Pickle, Lavister.

A statement from The Dog and Pickle team read: "We’ve put up a 25 foot Christmas tree outside and we’re inviting children - and grown ups if they fancy it - to decorate a bauble for a fee of £1.50.

"All proceeds will go to the charity “Action For Children”. Their personalised bauble will be sealed and sprayed and they can place it on the big tree outside!"