• The Office Party - Deck the Halls

    09 Dec , 2019
    The Christmas Party can be the highlight of your company's social year. 'Deck the hall with boughs of holly, tis the season to be jolly' or so the famous song goes! Somehow the corporate office space or otherwise is often difficult to decorate and if that is the intended venue for the Christmas Party you have a problem, one that we can solve.

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  • The Great British Christmas

    05 Dec , 2019
    If there is one thing we British do well, it is Christmas. Some say that the 'traditional' Christmas we celebrate today was modelled on a Victorian invention. Indeed from Christmas cards to decorated trees and Christmas crackers, many of our best-known Christmas traditions were invented in Victorian times.

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  • Christmas is a Time to Give!

    03 Dec , 2019
    While we all look forward to Christmas, emptying stockings and unwrapping presents, Christmas is really all about giving. Giving can take so many different forms and Christmas really is the time to do it. Whether it is at work where you want make your staff happy or at home where you just want to make your home a special place to be for family friends and relatives over the festive season, we can help you achieve it.

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  • Stay Bright This Christmas

    15 Nov , 2019
    Lights will obviously adorn your Christmas Tree but because of the range available they can be used outside too, in a tree in your garden or surrounding your front door. A hedge can also be made to sparkle. Inside, you can festoon lights in your kitchen around the architraves in your dining room and around your living room. We’ve seen spectacular displays in hall ways and up staircases too.

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  • Meet the Trees

    14 Nov , 2019
    Our trees are the result of many years of endeavour and investment in our own Christmas Tree plantations in Scotland. So now it’s time to introduce our trees. Norway Spruce trees are the ones we probably most associate with Christmas, whereas the Nordmann Fir is the one that is gaining in popularity because the needles don't tend to drop when the tree dries out.

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