Crayford Christmas tree dazzles crowds

This year’s Crayford Christmas tree is sure to bring in crowds from far and wide as a majestic Nordic pine was unveiled this week.

Dignitaries fought to be at the grand unveiling of a tree that can stand proud among rivals at Trafalgar Square and Rockefeller Centre in New York.

Some have claimed Bexley borough being in severe financial trouble explains a tree  that appears to be a £9.99 Lidl jobbie. In response, the council state those in the picture are actually hundreds of yards in front of the tree and health and safety necessitated a 15 metre high fence around it – hence the tree appears small.

Form an orderly queue.

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    3 thoughts on “Crayford Christmas tree dazzles crowds

    • Hilarious, do enjoy a funny Christmas message. Are they making a point about austerity and underfunding by central Govt? And this is a Tory borough too haha.

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    • Imagine the fence cost ten times more than the tree.

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