Stoke Lodge Farm, Purse Lane, Stoke Goldington
Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 8LW
Tel: 01908 551903 Mob: 07770 614364

Christmas 2021
Open Weekends

20th & 21st Nov
27th & 28th Nov
Friday 3rd Dec
4th & 5th Dec
Friday 10th Dec
11th & 12th Dec
18th & 19th Dec
9am - 4pm each day

Closed Mon/Tues/Weds/Thurs

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 Shropshire Sheep

In November 2012 we delved into a new foray of Christmas tree management with the purchase of 13 fantastic Shropshire sheep. This clever breed of sheep is particularly suitable for Christmas tree growers as the sheep are brilliant 'lawn mowers' in plantations with the ability to eat weeds and grass but not nibble on the trees!

They have become renowned for their reliable grazing amongst conifers without damaging the trees and many plantations in this country and throughout Europe now feature the Shropshires as part of their management system. So far, we've been really pleased with how the sheep are managing the weeds in all our trees. We regularly move them around the plantations so they don't get bored and have plenty of fresh, new weeds to enjoy nibbling! In fact the great news is that the Shropshire Sheep breed is no longer on the 'rare breeds' list but is now a 'traditional breed' due to its increasing popularity with tree and orchard growers. Even Prince Charles now owns Shropshire Sheep in one of his orchards! We lamb the Sheep every Spring in order to increase our numbers and now have a small flock of over 60 sheep which help us to control weeds across all our xmas tree plantations.

More information on Shropshires can be found on the Shropshire Sheep Breeder's Association website at