Christmas Tree Delivery in Birmingham

The country's second city is one of our top delivery locations and, like many companies, home to one of our main delivery hubs. You can get your fresh Christmas tree delivered right to your door across the city and surrounding towns and areas.

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We deliver to...

We cover all of Birmingham and the West Midlands, delivering our Christmas trees to:

  • Sutton Coldfield
  • Wolverhampton
  • Dudley
  • Walsall
  • Warwickshire
  • Coventry
  • West Bromwich
  • Solihull
  • Nuneaton
Christmas in Birmingham

Recycling options

Birmingham City Council set up drop-off points at the major parks (Sutton Park, Cotteridge Park, Sheldon Country Park and Lickey Hills). Strip your tree bare and drop it off at one of these locations and it’ll be taken away to be chipped for biomass energy production. There are also several charity-run collection services in the city.

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Christmas in Birmingham

Birmingham’s a hive of activity and you won’t be short of things to do at Christmas, but here’s a few ideas:

  1. Light up your life at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens by visiting their Winter Light Trail, open from late November to early January annually. You do need to book a ticket, but it’s a magical way to spend an evening.
  2. Catch a festive flick at the Luna Drive-In Cinema at the NEC. With Christmas classics like Home Alone, Elf and Love Actually showing through December, it’s a great way to get into the spirit.
  3. What could be more Christmassy than a chocolate factory? Birmingham is the home of Cadbury World and they put on Santa shows and festive activities – a great option for family fun.
Birmingham Christmas market

Eye on the markets

Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market & Craft Market is the centrepiece of the city’s festive calendar. This mahoosive market is one of the largest authentic German Christmas markets outside of Central Europe. Head there for traditional German food, mulled wine, beer, handcrafted jewelery, decs, and gifts. You’ll find in Victoria Square in the city centre.

Did you know..?

Charles Dickens' first public reading of A Christmas Carol was delivered at Birmingham Town Hall on 27th December 1853. The world-famous novella revived and ingrained many of the Christmas traditions we love today, including popularising Christmas trees in the UK. Cheers Charlie!
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