This morning we open the Christmas Barn for the last time this year. There’s only a handful of Christmas trees left, the decorations are looking very depleted and today our customers are collecting their Christmas turkeys.
At this time of year, it’s good to take time out from the frantic Christmas rush and clear your head. My favourites are to get out into the fresh air and to do something creative, so what better than taking a pair of secateurs and snipping some greenery to make a Christmas wreath. While I … Continue reading A Country Style Christmas Wreath
Do you hang up an Advent calendar at the beginning of December? Perhaps you make your own and lovingly fill it with tiny gifts or burn an Advent candle. Maybe you prefer to take part in the #FoodBankAdvent reverse advent calendar.
When should you buy your Christmas tree? It depends where you’re buying it.
It does seem premature to mention Christmas at the beginning of November but Christmas celebrations seem to get earlier every year.
If you’ve never bought a real Christmas tree before then you may be worrying about how to transport it home. After all, a six-foot high tree with branches that stick out takes up a lot of room. Fear not. If you visit a Christmas tree farm, you can be sure that they’ll … Continue reading The best ways to take home the Christmas tree