For the fourth year running, Pines and Needles will be selling a fine selection of traditional, non-drop and potted Christmas trees in Bushy Park, Greenwich Park and Richmond Park.
Pines and Needles pride themselves on providing the finest quality, fresh cut, Highland Christmas trees which are grown in a sustainable manner on their plantations in Scotland.
You are invited to come and choose your own tree from one of the Pines and Needles locations in Bushy Park, Richmond Park, and Greenwich Park; which will initially be open on the weekends of 16 - 17 November and 23 - 24 November, before opening every day from Friday 29 November - Sunday 22 December.
If you would rather someone else do the heavy lifting, Pines and Needles offer a home delivery service, and in most cases your chosen tree can be delivered on the same evening.
Each park location will stock a selection of natural wreaths, garlands, holly and mistletoe. Lights and decorations will also be available, so you can get everything you need to make your tree sparkle.
Pines and Needles Christmas trees are on sale at the Diana car park in Bushy Park from 9.00am to 5.45pm until 22 December. Local same evening delivery is available between 7pm and 10pm for £15.
Pines and Needles Christmas trees are on sale at the Roehampton Gate Car Park in Richmond Park between 8.00am and 3.45pm until 22 December. Local same evening delivery is available between 4.00pm and 10.00pm for £15.
Pines and Needles Christmas trees are on sale on Bower Avenue, next to Black Heath Lodge in Greenwich Park between 9.00am and5.45pm until 22 December. Local same evening delivery is available between 6.00pm and 10.00pm for £15.
If you are unable to visit one of these locations in person, you are welcome to buy online via their website www.pinesandneedles.com
Money from the sales of Christmas trees goes towards supporting the work of The Royal Parks.
About Pines and Needles
Pines and Needles was founded by brothers Josh and Sam Lyle back in 1995. It all started when the youngsters (then aged 15 and 13) came up with the brainwave of loading an old horse box with Christmas trees from their family farm and taking the long journey down to London. After a few years the kilted crew grew in size, the Internet beckoned, and the rest, as they say, is history.