Harry Brightwell, Secretary of the BCTGA, is available for interviews in the run up to Christmas.
Notes to Editors
For more information on tree care, including the history of Christmas tree, images or information about local growers,Members of The British Christmas Tree Growers Association are able to provide photographs and free trees for a photo shoot..
The British Christmas Tree Growers Association is the trade association for those who grow specialist Christmas Trees in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Membership is open to those who intend to grow or are growing trees for the Christmas market. Associate membership is available for those who provide goods and services to the Christmas Tree sector. For more information about the BCTGA please visit www.BCTGA.co.uk.
A fresh cut British grown Christmas tree will embellish a home for the festive season; the traditional scent of pine and deep green needles are certain to bring out good memories. Local growers have many different varieties of trees available, in all shapes and sizes, to suit all tastes and requirements. All members of the BCTGA subscribe to a code of conduct, which ensures their crops are sustainable and do not cause damage to the local wildlife. Buying trees from local BCTGA growers guarantees that the tree will be of good quality and freshly harvested, as well as reduces transport pollution.
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