Lorna Bradley is back selling Christmas trees to benefit the SPCA at Canadian Tire and Woofys in Willow Point. Giving grandma a hand is Morgane Imbeult Bradley and Marley. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River’s Lorna Bradley is back with trees for Christmas

Lorna Bradley has been selling Christmas trees to benefit the SPCA for so long now, it’s almost become a local holiday tradition.

Bradley is selling the trees at two locations again, at Canadian Tire and at Woofys in Willow Point. Tree sales will continue until Dec. 22 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. This is the 17th year Bradley has been selling the trees.

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