We’re giving away a fully decorated Christmas tree to Londoners, courtesy of Pines and Needles

Buying a Christmas tree marks the start of the festive season. When it comes to selecting your pine, the look and smell are both important. Then there’s the really fun part, the decoration. 

But as the run up to the big day is always so busy, finding the perfect tree and getting it decorated can be stressful in itself. Especially if you live in London, and have to rely on public transport to get your tree home. That’s where Pines and Needles come in.  


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London’s premier Christmas tree service has been helping customers make the process stress-free since it was set up by brothers Josh and Sam Lyle back in 1995. They take pride in delivering sustainably grown trees from the family farm straight to the client’s front door.

Whether you want to create a nostalgic winter look or a Nordic-inspired style, the team also provides a decoration service, as well as luxurious fresh wreaths and garlands, perfect for a grand doorway or fireplace.

If you would prefer to choose your own tree, visit one of the 20 stores in London and the South East to make your selection and take it with you, or arrange for the team to bring it to your home or office later that day.

Once Christmas is over, Pines and Needles will also collect your tree and recycle it for you. You can opt for the full service or just part of the services on offer – the choice is yours.

For your chance to win a 6ft Festive Decorated tree from Pines and Needles, answer the question below. Please note, Pines and Needles will deliver trees anywhere in the UK mainland, but the decorated tree delivery service is only available for London postcodes. See the catchment area here.

For more information visit pinesandneedles.com or call 020 3384 9420.

Terms and conditions: This competition will close at 12pm on 23 November. The prize can only be delivered to London postcodes. 

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