A Few Highlights From 2021! Thank You Everyone ❤️ #warwickshire #chippingcampden #solihull #nuneaton #leamingtonspa #northamptonshire #decorations #warwick #northamptonshireschools #ChristmasTree #stratforduponavon #leamington #oxfordshire ... See MoreSee Less
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Want to have the BEST Christmas display in 2022?! Contact us now to ensure you get the pick of the best trees for your business in 2022! Let us fulfil your order of large trees, multiple trees, healthy trees, AMAZING TREES! Contact us today! www.warwickshirechristmastrees.co.uk#warwick #stratforduponavon #nuneaton #leamington #warwickshire #ChristmasTree #midlands #northamptonshire #oxfordshire #solihull #decorations #loveleam #westmidlands #leamingtonspa #treesforschools #chippingcampden #schoolfundraising #northamptonshireschools #oxfordshireschools #warwickshireschools #chippingnorton #banbury #gloucestershireschools ... See MoreSee Less
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Today is the 5th January which means it is time for your tree to come down 😔 Here is how to dispose of it! You can leave your tree at the farm! 🌲 We will happily recycle your tree for you! Just leave it outside the front gates and we will take care of the rest 😃 ORWarwickshire 🌲 Take your real Christmas tree to your nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre and place in the green waste container/skip. Real Christmas trees may be collected alongside your green wheeled bin please check with your local council.Oxfordshire 🌲 Kerbside collection: If you have a garden waste collection, these can be put out alongside your garden bin on your collection day.Drop off locations: Check with your district council if you can bring them to a location for recycling. Alternatively, you can bring them to a recycling centre.Northamptonshire 🌲 The borough council's bin service is offering to collect them fro the kerbside - if they are less than five feet tall.If they are taller than five feet, your tree will need to be cut up into manageable pieces to help them fit into the bin lorries. #warwickshire #northamptonshire #oxfordshire #midlands #stratforduponavon #warwick #nuneaton #leamington #ChristmasTree ... See MoreSee Less
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When is the best time to take your Christmas tree down? Once Christmas Day passes, attention often turns to tidying the house and packing up the tree, including decorations (such as wreaths, lights and garlands) and cards. There's often confusion – and debate – about the right time to do this. But you shouldn't be tempted to take your Christmas decorations down too quickly because tradition stipulates that it should stay up for a little longer than you might think.Twelfth NightChristian tradition dating back to the 4th century marks Twelfth Night, the end of Christmas and the Eve of the Epiphany (Christian feast day), as the time to take down your Christmas tree and pack away your decorations again.That means you can enjoy the twinkling lights for a little while longer, because Twelfth Night falls on either 5th or 6th January 2021 – and the dates depend on tradition. Be warned though: leaving your decorations up after this date is thought to bring bad luck 🍀 #Christmas #decorations #midlands #leamington #solihull #ChristmasTree #stratforduponavon #nuneaton #warwick #decorationsdenoel ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy New Year to all our fiends, family, and customers ❤️ We hope 2022 brings you everything you could wish for 🌲 ... See MoreSee Less
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