Christmas at Smiths
For more than 30 years we have been selling Christmas trees and we believe our range last longer than most. This is because they are cut fresh from a Leicestershire plantation and are transported straight to us where they are laid out immediately for sale.
This year, for the first time ever, farm visitors will be able to view a massive range of trees displayed across the field so they can see exactly what it is they are buying before completing their festive transaction.
Staff will be on hand to net the tree and carry it to every customer’s car, helping to make the business of Christmas tree buying that little bit easier.
The trees range in sizes from 3ft to over 13ft and prices vary depending on how big shoppers decide to go.
Christmas Opening Hours
In addition, a proportion of each tree sale will be donated to children in care across the county as part of Smiths Farm Shop’s Gift in Care campaign.
They have teamed up with Northamptonshire’s Christmas campaign co-ordinator Jeanette Walsh who will use the money to buy presents for young people who may not be in a position to receive anything over the festive period.
Proprietor of the farm shop, Adrian Smith said: “We’re all about family here at Smiths Farm Shop and we feel very lucky to have each other. But, there are hundreds of children across the county who are not so fortunate and for whatever reason may not be spending Christmas with their loved ones.
“Many of them will be facing the festive period in foster care or in a children’s home and there’s no guarantee that Father Christmas will be visiting those kids. That’s why we decided to launch our Gift in Care campaign, which will hopefully help spread a bit of Christmas cheer among the children who need it the most."