The Hanover Christmas Tree Company - locally grown Christmas trees in Brighton and Hove

Christmas trees on display at the Hanover Community Centre in Brighton
Brighton Christmas tree shop opening times

Christmas trees in Brighton & Hove!


We're sorry to announce that we won't be selling Christmas trees this year. After 9 years, we've decided to have a year off. Sorry not to be able to sell you a Christmas tree this year.

Help your school get a
free Christmas tree

We offer discounted Christmas trees to schools in Brighton and Hove. To discover how your school can get involved, read about our Christmas Trees for Schools programme.

Satisfaction guarantee

If you don't love your
tree, we'll replace it

Our Christmas trees are carefully selected for perfection in quality and appearance. We're confident that you'll be delighted by your Christmas tree. If you're not, we'll exchange it free of charge.

British Christmas Tree Growers' Association logo

British Christmas Tree
Growers' Association

We source our trees from members of the British Christmas Tree Grower's Association, ensuring that our trees are grown following a strict environmental code of practice.

Christmas tree delivery van

Christmas tree delivery
in Brighton and Hove

We deliver Christmas trees daily from late November until Christmas. Our delivery service covers all of Brighton and Hove and surrounding areas. Find out more about our Christmas tree delivery service.

Christmas tree shop in Brighton

Visit our Brighton
Christmas tree shop

Want to choose your tree in person? Visit us at the Brighton Wood Recycling Project daily or the Hanover Community Centre at weekends. Find out more.

Hanover Community Association logo

We support local

We support the Hanover Community Association, a charity serving the community in the Hanover area of Brighton, by donating a percentage of Christmas tree sales. Find out more.

Locally grown Christmas trees

Our real Christmas trees are grown within 60 miles of Brighton and Hove on Christmas tree farms which are members of the British Christmas Tree Growers’ Association. Buying a locally grown Christmas tree means your tree will have been recently cut, and won’t have had to travel far to get to you. This makes not only for a fresher Christmas tree and a reduced environmental impact.