Christmas tree sales at St Luke’s Church, corner of Kilburn Lane and Fernhead Road, W9

Saturday 8th December to Friday 21st December

Monday to Friday (3pm to 8pm) all day on Saturdays

This year, St Luke’s Church has introduced a unique sale of Christmas trees as a way of creating work for local youths.  Local people are being urged to support the project as a way of adding social benefit to their annual purchase of trees.  The trees are high quality Nordman firs and are reasonably priced – between £30 and £50.  The trees are all sourced from Scotland and Denmark.

The supplier, Trees for Christmas, has also donated a 15ft tree with lights, which was opened today (Friday 7th December) by the Lord Mayor of Westminster, Angela Harvey.  As part of the lighting up ceremony children from St Lukes Primary School entertained the Mayor and local residents to a selection of carols.  The Lord Mayor was very impressed with their renditions and had this to say about the project “I urge those of you wanting to buy a Christmas tree this year to do so by supporting this initiative – which offers tangible benefits to our local youth.”

St Luke’s is on the corner of Fernhead Road and Kilburn Lane, London W9 3EH and there is off street parking for those who want to collect their tree.  Free Home deliveries are also being made.

Queen’s Park Ward Councillor Barrie Taylor is the voluntary project manager and you can place an order by phoning him on 079 73 13 52 55 or you can visit the tree fair at the above times to make a selection.

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