Stonor Park is a private park, home to one of Britain's oldest manor houses. Nestled into the Chiltern Hills, the park offers beautiful views and is surrounded by woodlands. The perfect setting for the 'Tree of Light's' grand finale.
The Tree of Light has been rediscovered in a desolate future, a world that has undergone mass extinctions. It has fallen into disuse and been forgotten until now.
An extraordinary explosion of music, light, dance and theatre for the whole family, The Tree of Light promised to be one of the most exciting spectacles the region has ever seen — a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Burnham Root Group of sixteen children aged 9 - 16yrs took part in the amazing Finale at Stonor Park and little did they know what was in store for them after many months of rehearsals. The Finale was a truly magical experience and one in which they will remember for the rest of their lives and were very pleased with themselves as to what they have achieved. In their words - the Tree of Light was AWESOME.