Stoke Lodge Farm, Purse Lane, Stoke Goldington
Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 8LW
Tel: 01908 551903 Mob: 07770 614364
E-mail: letts.farm@btinternet.com

Christmas 2017
Open Weekends
Saturdays & Sundays
(no weekdays)

25th & 26th Nov
2nd & 3rd Dec
9th & 10th Dec
16th & 17th Dec
Closed 23rd & 24th Dec
10am - 4pm each day

Tips to keep your tree fresh all through Xmas.
If you decide to keep the tree outdoors for a few days, just put it in a bucket of water, sheltered from the wind and sun. When you are ready to bring it indoors, cut 1cm off the base of the trunk.
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Christmas items for sale!
Why not take a look at our wide range of items you can also buy at Stoke Goldington Christmas Trees. From christmas tree stands to door wreaths, logs & kindling and a fine selection of seasonal liqueurs.
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We are proud to be members of the BCTGA, the trade association for those who grow specialist Christmas trees in Great Britain. Members of the BCTGA cultivate well-shaped, sturdy trees specially for the Christmas festivities.
You can visit the BCTGA website here
  • Come along to the Farm and choose your own tree fresh from the field!

    Fresh home-grown Christmas Trees
    Traditional Norway Spruce & Nordmann Firs available
    Tree Stands, Wreaths, Holly/Mistletoe & Seasonal Liqueurs

our Plantations










We first planted 4,000 Christmas trees in our Plantation in 2001. From then, we planted 4,000 further trees each year for another 3 years. We grow the traditional Norway Spruce, along with the non-drop Nordmann Fir plus we have tried a few Frasier Fir along the way.

The Norway Spruce take around 5-6 years to grow, whilst the non-drop Nordmann Fir can take 9-10 years to reach 6-7ft in height.

We started selling from the farm in Dec 2006 when we sold just 36 trees, operating our sales from a small livestock trailer positioned on the grassy area as you walk into the plantation. Since then our sales have increased enormously via word-of-mouth, advertising in local publications, our website and road signage.

In Spring 2011 we planted a further 3000 Norway Spruce in a field opposite the current plantation which are growing well and we anticipate will be ready to start cutting in 2014/2015.

Moving to Spring 2012, we planted a further small field at the back of our farm buildings with predominantly non-drop Nordmann Fir - 1,500 in total. We also put in 200 Norway Spruce which we plan to leave to grow to 20+ ft trees suitable for churches, market squares and shopping centres etc.

In 2014 we converted another 5-acre field to Christmas trees, planting 10,000 Nordmann Fir - which was quite a task! This will ensure future supply of our Firs. We planted 1,500 Norway Spruce in 2015 in a section we cleared in the main plantation and will continue to clear and replant areas on an ongoing basis each year.

This Spring (2017) we have just planted a new section of 4,000 Norway Spruce in an area we've cleared in the main plantation. They went into ideal soil conditions and have been watered well. These should take about 6 years until cutting.