There’s nothing like a real tree to get you in the Christmas spirit. And if you’re in Bristol there’s something for every budget whether you’re looking for the cheapest, or don’t mind spending a little bit more to support local Most of these vendors start selling trees from the end of November but please double check their social media pages before making a special trip.
A real tree for £9? If you love IKEA, you can order your tree online for click and collect and you’ll get a £20 voucher back to spend in store next year. A bargain if you’d spend £20 in IKEA anyway!
If you can afford to spend a little bit more, then get yourself a guilt-free tree from Aid Box Community (prices start from £33 plus £5 delivery) and it’ll make you feel good knowing that you’re helping to support a refugee.
Ali & Jo’s Christmas Trees
Ali and Jo will be selling Christmas trees at various locations around Bristol with pop ups around Bristol from December 4 search for their Facebook page for mfore details.
Stockwood Scouts Xmas Trees
The scout group is having a Christmas Tree Sale at the Scout Hut on December 4 and 5 and would really appreciate the support of locals.
Windmill Hill City Farm
Did you know you can buy a real Christmas tree from the farm for £30 upwards? There’s also some other Chrismassy stuff going on, check out their Facebook page for full details.
Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm
The Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm opened to the public on November 20 and you can pop in any day to choose your own tree.
Sheepway Christmas Trees
This farm is based in Portishead and is open Monday to Saturday from 10am ‘til 5pm and Sunday ‘til 4pm. Prices start from £22 and you can order online or pop in.
Cotswold Christmas Trees in Yate
Yate Town Football Club is open from November 23 if you want to treat yourself to a real tree and it’s open from 8am to 10pm.
Lidl Christmas Trees
Treat yourself to a Christmas tree from Lidl from £17.99 but try not to spend a fortune on the middle of Lidl while you’re there! You can also track where it’s coming from this year.
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