Hello Friends...

I hope this message finds you safe and well in what has been a challenging year. Christmas is all about family traditions and treasured memories and these are even more important this year!  Here at Ty Cerrig we are busy sorting out how best to continue being part of your festive fun times whilst keeping everyones loved ones safe, so we have come up with a sack full of seasonal smashers to ensure you all have that important Ty Cerrig Christmas tree adventure once again!! We have ....

Tinsel time slots - By booking a time slot we can guarantee that there will be plenty of queue free  space for you to wander around enjoying the farm  choosing your own fresh Ty Cerrig Tree and filling your tree sledge with goodies such as wreathes stands and tree decorations.

Elf Adventures - treat the little elves in your life to an enchanting woodland walk with elf-citng things to spot and prizes to be won, call at Santa's cabin to drop off your magic Christmas letters, take a photo with Big Rudie and friends then stop off on a yuletide log-bench for a rest with a chance to pre order hot drinks to warm your  frosty fingers.

Merry Motors - This gives those who may be vulnerable or shielding (or even those of us with expensive white trainers )an equal opportunity to still share in the Ty Cerrig magic by choosing their tree from the safety of their own car!

Sleigh bell surfers - online shopping! yes we Ty Cerrig elves are up with the  times and down with the kids - in our state of the art online shopping section you can buy all our Ty Cerrig trees & treats from the comfort of your own Sofa - you stay in your slippers - we pull on our wellies and do it all for you!

To all these bauble belting choices you can add the option to have your seasonal stash delivered or we can arrange an evening collection slot as well as help with fitting stands and much much more. We will continue to add more options and details to our website and share up to date news on our facebook page as the weeks fly and the restrictions change.

This Ty Cerrig Christmas is going to our best ever because it includes you. Book in now and have something wonderful to look forward to this year!


Our premium quality Fraser Fir is a pyramid shaped tree with flat, shiny deep green needles.

The Norway Spruce Christmas Tree is widely considered to be the traditional Christmas tree.


The Ty Cerrig Family


The Reynolds family took over Ty Cerrig Christmas tree farm in 2017. The  family background is in Christmas trees and Stephen, with help from his wife Helen and Children Charlie Kate Bill and Fred runs a large wholesale Christmas tree business from the family farm in Beguildy, Mid Wales. The family have been involved in the growing and selling of Christmas trees for over 25 years and  enjoyed every minute of it, Christmas is all about family, fun,  friends food and treasured memories all centered around your very own Christmas tree, and the family take great pride growing and helping everyone of their customers to select their own person perfect tree.  Helen oversees the retail outlets and also runs ‘3cheers for jolly good Christmas trees’ pop up shops. 



As the Children have grown up they have carried their love of trees and Christmas fun with them, Charlie now runs his own Christmas tree Farm in Keele where he has settled and made wonderful friends. Bill and Kate have stayed true to their welsh roots, Kate working in Cardiff and Bill combining managing his sheep flock with the growing and maintenance of the Ty Cerrig trees, Both Bill and Helen look forward to personally welcoming visitors to Ty Cerrig again this year to choose from the wide selection of home grown trees plus the freshly supplied selection of trees delivered from the larger Powys Farm this all ensures they have the right tree for everyone. This just leaves Fred as a free sprits dashing from place to place filling in the festive gaps in the staffing serving customers and some would say - doing all the work - this may be why Fred holds the family record for the most tips! 

Tree Care

To get the most out of your Christmas tree this year, follow these guidelines.
It is advisable to let a freshly cut Christmas tree stand for a day or so outside in a bucket of water before taking the tree into the house.
We recommend you treat your Christmas tree like a cut flower, cut 1/2 inch off the trunk (stem) before putting it in water holding stand. 

Keep it topped up with water as you will be surprised a just how much it will drink.
Display as far away from a heat source as possible, not next to a radiator or that roaring open fire or wood burner.
Remember, the better watered and cooler you can keep it, the longer it will last. 

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