Monthly Archives: December 2018

Artificial Christmas tree

The story of the artificial Christmas tree The artificial Christmas tree first appeared in Germany during the 19th century. These trees were made from wood and goose feathers (dyed green of course). Even then, this was an attempt by the Germans to stop deforestation in Germany. These became very popular in the early part of […]

wrapping paper

What to do with all that Christmas wrapping paper! The materials used for making some wrapping paper mean it’s not always accepted for recycling because it might be dyed or contain glitter which can’t be recycled. As good property management, we endorse recycling and encourage it wherever possible. Before throwing your wrapping paper into a […]

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree

Did you know, we buy around six million Christmas trees each year? That’s £300m! In weight terms that’s around 160,000 tonnes with 80% of these being the now popular variety of “non-drop” Nordmann Fir Christmas tree. But what do you do with your sparkly Christmas tree after the fun ends and January begins? Well, on […]