Christmas Tree Delivery Manchester

Beautiful, sustainable trees delivered fresh from the farm to your home

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Delivery Areas

We deliver our trees nationwide across the UK, this includes Manchester, Greater Manchester and all the surrounding areas of Lancashire and Cheshire. 

  • Bolton
  • Sale
  • Stockport
  • Salford
  • Oldham
  • Bury
  • Rochdale
  • Wigan

Our Christmas Trees

The UK’s most popular tree — with excellent needle retention

The all-rounder — slim shape is ideal for more compact spaces

The rarest — exotic with the chance of cones on the branches 

Wreaths and Mini Trees

Perfect to spread a little magic this Christmas. Comes complete with cute little baubles, white fairy lights, and a star topper.

Welcome winter guests and bring Christmas cheer to your home. Christmas wreaths handmade by florists using fresh foliage.

Christmas In Manchester


In Numbers

The city of Manchester has a population of around 550,000, and at Christmas approximately 66,000 real Christmas trees are sold in the city alone.

Each year Manchester spends an average of £210,000 illuminating the city with Christmas lights and decorations for the public. It's an average of £385 per thousand people, placing the city among the 20 most generous spenders in the country for Christmas lights & decorations.

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Christmas Lights Switch On

The Christmas Lights switch on show is usually held in Albert Square around early to mid November, however due to the Town Hall transformation project, in recent years the switch on has taken place on Deansgate close to the Cathedral.

Notable people who have switched on the lights in the past include comedian Jason Manford, singer and song writer Jonas Blue, and local stars from the X Factor and Coronation Street

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Christmas Tree Collection

Manchester City Council will usually collect your Christmas tree for free and will even recycle it for you. Simply leave your tree next to your green bin on any of your green bin collection days in January. Make sure to remove the base and any lights or decorations from the tree.

Alternatively you can take your tree to your local tip or household waste recycling centre.