Where to get your Christmas tree in Surrey 2020

PUBLISHED: 14:38 26 September 2020 | UPDATED: 11:10 18 January 2021

Where to get Christmas trees in Surrey (photo: Nadtochiy, Getty Images)

Where to get Christmas trees in Surrey (photo: Nadtochiy, Getty Images)

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A fragrant fir tree decorated with twinkling lights and colourful decorations is one of the highlights of Christmas

Santa Fir Christmas Tree Farm

Guildford Road, Shamley Green, Guildford GU5 0SQ

Visitors can either go in person to Santa Fir Christmas Tree Farm or use the click and collect which can be booked online.

Visitors going in person won’t have to book anything, but there will be a one-way system and hand sanitisers and will be asked to wear masks when visiting.

The Christmas Tree Farm

Ottershaw KT16 0PJ

Pick up your tree from The Christmas Tree Farm at Ottershaw and you can choose between five types: Norway Spruce, Nordmann’s, Fraser, Douglass Fir or Blue Spruce.

Open every day from 7.30am to 8pm until 24th December. Closes at 4pm on 24th.

Oxenford Farm

Milford Road, Elstead GU8 6LA

With sustainable Christmas trees grown for over 50 years, Oxenford Farm is a reliable spot to pick up your festive spruce. There are five types of trees to choose from. Choose from pot grown or fresh cut trees with stands, firewood and decorations available too.

Admission is pre-booked only with click and collect orders available. Book your visit online and check out opening dates and times on the website.

Chilworth Manor Christmas Trees

Chilworth Manor, Halfpenny Lane, Chilworth GU4 8NN

On the grounds of the beautiful Chilworth Manor there have been Christmas trees for sale for the past 10 years.

Time slots should be booked online and can be picked up between 9am and 4pm on three weekends running up to Christmas. Find full details and pricing by size on the website.

Crockford Bridge Farm

New Haw Road, Addlestone KT15 2BU

There will be four types of Christmas tree to choose from at Crockford Bridge Farm alongside a cut your own experience for those wishing to get hands-on.

Open from 28th November. Booking a ticket is required this year for those wishing to cut their own tree and will get the ticket money back upon purchase. For full details see the website.


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