CHRISTMAS officially begins at Downing Street on Monday afternoon, when the tree outside Number 10 will be lit for the first time this season.
For certain members of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association, this is the ultimate acknowledgement of their expertise – having won the honour of handing trees and a wreath to the official Prime Minister’s residence.
OXFORDSHIRE business, The Tree Barn, last night played a very special role in the start of Christmas, at the Prime Minister’s official residence.
A team from the Christmas tree company, at Christmas Common in Watlington, took part in the lights ‘switch on’ at Downing Street, in recognition of their tree being chosen to feature outside Number 10.
A FARM at Christmas Common in Oxfordshire has been chosen as the venue for a national competition designed to find Downing Street’s 2014 Christmas tree.
The Tree Barn, at Christmas Common near Watlington in Oxfordshire, will see over 100 growers come together on Thursday 23rd October for the prestigious event organised by the British Christmas Tree Growers’ Association.
And are Suffolk tree buyers favouring an OUTSIDE tree like David Cameron?
THE Suffolk-based secretary of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association last night played a role in the official start of the festive season at Number 10 Downing Street.
Harry Brightwell, based at Tuddenham St Martin, accompanied award-winning tree growers for a lights ‘switch on’ ceremony at the Prime Minister’s official residence.
TWO award-winning Christmas Tree businesses last night played a very special role in the start of the festive season, at the Prime Minister’s official residence.
Oxfordshire’s Tree Barn and Guildford’s Santa Fir took part in the lights ‘switch on’ at Downing Street, in recognition of their trees, and a wreath, being chosen to feature at Number 10.