Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about the Long Ashton Christmas Trail, you may find the answers here, but if not please do contact us!
How can I find a particular resource?
The online resources for each station are linked from the page for each station.
Alternatively, you can click the resources menu above to find particular types of material, for example songs, videos or material particularly suitable for children.
You can also search for anything on the site using the search box at the bottom of each page.
How do I access the online material at the stations?
A QR code is displayed at each station which you can scan with a smartphone to access lots of extra material, including videos, music, activities, craft and information about charities working with those affected by the themes of the Christmas story, such as homelessness or refugees.
A QR code is a type of three dimensional barcode that links to online content. Most smartphones’ built-in camera apps are able to read QR codes, but you may need to download a separate app. If so, just search for ‘QR code reader’ in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
If you don’t have a smartphone, you can still access the online material at home – see separate question for instructions.
I don’t have a smartphone. Can I still access the online material for the stations?
Yes, you cans still access the material at home on a computer or tablet. Just go to Visit the Stations Online to access the material.
Who is running the Long Ashton Christmas Trail?
When is the Christmas trail available?
The Christmas trail has now finished but is still available to visit online here on the website.
Can you tell me more about the Long Ashton Churches?
There are two churches in Long Ashton – All Saints Church and Hebron Church. You can find more information about both, including contact details, links to their websites and social media on the Long Ashton Churches page.