Sunday, 14 December 2014

Sunday Snap – Christmas Tree Lights

The little Christmas trees from last week's Sunday Snap made many of us want to go out and chop down a tree and drag it back home. There were no correct answers but Rachel from BeautyQueenUK did suggest the National Trust's Hindhead Common. For those interested you can go there next Saturday (20th December) between 10am and 4pm to cut down your own tree all for the price of a donation! Back to this location which is in the Peak District at


Last week we also had Emma from A Bavarian Sojourn joining in with her beautiful photograph of a 'Pink Angel'. Do go and check it out!

For this week we are back in the Peak District in a village known for its Christmas tree lights (obviously), the locally mined Blue John stone and a castle which gives a big clue to its name. This week's question is:

Where are these Christmas trees?

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  1. That pic makes me feel like it really is SO nearly Christmas!

  2. My sister lives near Hindhead, I had no idea you could cut down your own tree. The only other place I have come across where you can do that was near where we lived in Canada!

  3. It's definitely starting to feel like Christmas now isn't it? Love the pics x x

  4. What a lovely row of trees - I have to admit I have no idea where they are though! x

  5. Oh I love the trees, no idea where o0r when they are, but I love all the lights when it is so dark and dreary

  6. Those are gorgeous - there's a street in Brighton where my brother in law lives and each person has a number and dresses their window up like an advent calendar. So beautiful!

  7. I love that photograph - what a beautiful village.

  8. That is such a gorgeous photograph! I just love the lights on the trees


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