There have been lots of exciting changes at Claydon Christmas Tree Farm this year. Rudolph a 10-month-old bull joined our reindeer family in March. Then in May, Dancer became a first – time mother with the birth of her beautiful calf, Prancer.
Our unique Scandinavian style, log cabin Christmas shop has been extended to more than double the original size and the grain barn has been extended by a third again, providing more area to display our wonderful, freshly cut Christmas trees and team of reindeer.
A huge thank you to our amazing, supportive customers. Last year we were ‘runners up’ for the South East, Countryside Alliance Rural Business Awards 2016, ‘Rural Oscars’. There were over 7,500 nominations for rural businesses around the country and so it is such a wonderful achievement to have got this far!
About Our Farm
Claydon Christmas Tree Farm is based in Steeple Claydon, between Buckingham and Bicester, approximately 20 minutes from Aylesbury. Claydon Christmas Tree Farm is managed by husband and wife team, Joseph and Ingrid Hodges. Being a family business that is run from our home, we take a real pride in the service that we give our customers.
We are primarily a working arable farm but decided to combine a farmer’s enthusiasm for growing things with his wife’s passion for Christmas. We aim to supply beautiful, freshly cut trees at sensible prices.
We planted our own trees in April 2010 and continue to plant Christmas trees every year. We began selling a few of our own trees in 2014 and hope to continue each year. The majority of the trees that we currently sell have been carefully selected from a farm in the Welsh Mountains. They have been cut only a few days before you purchase them and are from 3ft to 12ft tall, potted or fresh cut and all with that wonderful Christmas fragrance.
We are open from Saturday 25th November 2017 at 10am and everyday until
12pm on Friday 22rd December 2017, midday. Monday to Friday 10am until 6pm,
Saturday and Sunday 10am until 5pm. Please bear in mind that after the
weekend of 18th December 2017 our Christmas tree stocks will be very low.
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