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2014-12-25 00:00:00 GMT+00:00

Find your perfect Tree or Decoration:

Artificial Christmas Trees, Garlands, Wreaths & Baubles

Christmas is upon us, and this year, it's time you did it
differently. Treat yourself to a High-Quality Artificial
Christmas Tree, and discover the difference it makes. With
super-speedy delivery that will put Rudolph to shame
(usually within five days) and no delivery charge, an order
from Uniquely Christmas Trees will light up your home for
many years to come.

Indeed, a High Quality Artificial Christmas Tree will last for 10 years or more – we
actually guarantee it. All of our Luxurious Artificial Christmas Trees come fully
guaranteed. The tree itself is guaranteed for upto10 years, which means if a branch
snaps, we will replace it immediately.

The LED lights on our pre-lit Christmas trees are guaranteed for five years, and of
course, you will never have to hoover up another needle again.

Uniquely Christmas Trees Blog

  • The 2014 Christmas TV adverts have arrived – see them here!
    It used to be the lights being switched on in the local shopping centre or a Salvation Army band playing carols in the street. But these days it seems it simply isn’t Christmas until one of the major shopping chains or drinks companies has released their annual festive TV advertising extravaganza - See more at: http://blog.uniquelychristmastrees.co.uk/748/#sthash.tmAO9szH.dpuf.
  • Introducing Triumph Trees
    One of the world’s leading manufacturers of artificial Christmas trees, Triumph have been a market leader for over 25 years.
    During that time, they have established an excellent reputation that is well known within the industry and customers alike and that’s why their products prove so popular year-after-year
  • Artificial Christmas Trees: Made With Love – In China!
    According to The China Daily, around 90 per cent of the world’s artificial Christmas trees are made in their booming country. Considering that less than one per cent of the Chinese are Christians, this may at first seem a little odd!