all about Weybridge - useful information about Weybridge, Surrey & surrounding areas
No need for artificial (synthetic / plastic) Christmas Tree - Nordmann and Norway Spruce have Non-Drop or Low-Drop Needles
Game for your Xmas meal:
Copas Turkey - order yours now - also Goose (Geese)
Crockford Bridge Farm Shop and Pick Your Own (PYO), Addlestone near Weybridge Surrey is easy to get to from Esher, Hersham, Walton (Walton-on-Thames), Weybridge, Claygate, Cobham, Hampton, Hampton Court, and many other towns and villages in Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire, Middlesex, London and the South East
Local borough's include Runneymede, Spelthorne, Elmbridge and Woking.
|Crockford Bridge Farm Shop for Freshly Cut and Dug Christmas Trees
(Xmas Trees), Addlestone
near Weybridge Surrey is easy to get to from Woking, Chertsey, Shepperton, Oxshot, Claygate, Surbiton, Kingston, Addlestone, Ottershaw,
Horsell, Pyrford, Ripley, Byfleet, West Byfleet, Sunbury, Molesey, (East
Molesey & West Molesey), Thames Ditton, Hampton Court, Chobham, Sheerwater,
Egham, Staines, Thorpe, Thorpe Park, Englefield Green, Bracknell,
Chessington, Kingston, Brooklands, Windlesham, Sunbury, Sunningdale,
Maybury, Woodham, Horsell, Mayfield, Oatlands, Oatlands
Village, Richmond, Twickenham, Putney, Kingston, Wimbledon,
Sheerwater, Laleham, Send, Egham, Halliford, Teddington, New Malden,
Ashford, Row Town, St George's Hill, Whiteley Village, Ham Moor,
Lyne and many other towns and
villages in Surrey, Middlesex, London and the South East
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Noma Weybridge is a popular brand of Christmas Tree Lights, great for parties
In Denmark and other Scandinavian countries it is still the tradition to have live candles on Xmas Trees, whereas in the UK this is very rare. The risk of a fire would be a major concern. Some countries display their Christmas Cards on the trees.
Gifts and sweets (especially chocolate coins) are traditionally hung from the branches of the trees.
|Includes Christmas trees from Maurice Mandry, HA Trim (UK Christmas Trees)|