Britain’s unique Christmas trees 2023

Dive into the festive holiday spirit as we explore unique Christmas trees across Britain. From traditional markets to hidden gems in picturesque corners, each tree has a tale.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and these trees will sprinkle extra joy into your celebrations. Let’s make this holiday season tree-mendous!

St Pancras Tree

St Pancras Christmas Tree 2023Each year the St Pancras International Christmas Tree is a showstopper that captures the hearts of people far and wide. This year, in collaboration with Hatchards, the whimsical tree is not just a festive centrepiece but a journey through classic literature, featuring 3,800 hand-painted books, including A Christmas Carol and The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Eight cosy nooks invite you to immerse yourself in Christmas magic. Equipped with speakers for audiobook excerpts, it’s a charming stop for families or a relaxing break in St. Pancras. Wendy Spinks, Commercial Director, sees it as an ode to literature, encouraging a return to the joy of reading amid screens. So rediscover the magic of literature at St. Pancras International’s Christmas Tree – an immersive reading adventure that transports you to captivating new worlds!

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UK’s tallest living Christmas Tree – Wakehurst

If you’re dreaming of a Christmas that’s not just merry but towering with enchantment, then Wakehurst is the place to be! This winter the UK’s tallest living Christmas tree at 36 meters in height will once again be adorned with twinkling lights that could give the stars a run for their money. Nestled at the heart of Kew’s Glow Wild annual Christmas event, it’s not just a tree it’s a beacon of holiday magic. The air is filled with the scent of pine, and the atmosphere is charged with the kind of joy that makes your heart skip a beat. So, why not make this season extra special? Grab your mittens, bring the family and come bask in the glow of the grandest tree in the UK. Trust me, you’ll leave with a heart full of Christmas cheer and memories to light up your nights.

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden Christmas treePrepare to be dazzled at Covent Garden, where the heart of the Christmas lights display is none other than London’s largest hand-picked Christmas tree, soaring to an impressive 60 feet! This colossal beauty is a masterpiece adorned with 30,000 twinkling lights and giant baubles, a labour of love that required a dedicated team of 60 workers investing 300 hours of meticulous work, complete with the assistance of a cherry-picker for those upper branches. As you stroll beneath the magical glow of Covent Garden at Christmas, you’ll find a staggering total of 140,000 lights, a delightful upgrade from last year’s already impressive 115,000. And new for 2023 are 40 gigantic bells with bows, 12 giant baubles and eight spinning mirror balls, transforming the Market Building into a dazzling spectacle. So join the festivities, and let Covent Garden’s Christmas tree be the backdrop to your most magical holiday moments. Trust us, it’s a sight that will leave you sparkling with joy!

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Cheshire Oaks

This beloved Ellesmere Port shopping haven is decked out with its iconic 90ft Christmas tree, standing tall as the heart of a much-loved winter village. Visitors can step inside the iconic tree to experience the magic, and this year the first hour of each day will be dedicated to accommodating those with sensory or access needs, ensuring everyone can create long-lasting festive memories. But that’s not all—the eye-catching Ferris wheel is set to make a dazzling return for 2023, offering a chance to soar high above the festive joy with tickets for the ‘Santa in the Sky’ experience. Imagine the thrill of a 10-minute ride, happening from December 1st, adding an extra dash of excitement to your holiday adventures. Don’t miss out on this winter wonderland extravaganza! Mark your calendars and make your way to Cheshire Oaks for a festive experience that will leave you with cherished memories and a heart full of holiday cheer!

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