Christmas at Longshaw
Longshaw has a long tradition of selling quality Christmas trees to local villagers and people from Sheffield. And while you're here, why not enjoy a family walk, or take part in one of our Christmas craft events in the cosy Moorland Discovery Centre?
This year, sales begin on Saturday 26 November and continue every day from 10 til 4.
By buying your tree from Longshaw not only will you be getting a high quality tree but you'll also be supporting the conservation work of the National Trust to keep Longshaw lovely.
We’ve been busy making reindeer and wreaths from sustainable materials found on the Longshaw estate. What better way to bring some Christmas cheer to your home and support our work?
Why not make a day of it and bring the family to take part in our festive traditions?
Explore the wintery woods and follow our reindeer trail around our Christmas tree sales area in the grounds of the Moorland Discovery Centre.
Or venture a bit futher and discover how the Boggarts of Longshaw celebrate Christmas in style on the Boggart trail (50p from the shop for a Boggart Trail).
Wreath Making Workshops – Saturday 26 November
Learn how to make your own Christmas wreath from our expert volunteers. With all materials provided, enjoy spending some time in the Moorland Discovery Centre getting creative and producing a beautiful present or decoration for your own front door.
Christmas tree crafts - Saturday 3 December and Sunday 4 December
Make your own natural Christmas tree decorations. £3 per person in the Moorland Discovery Centre, suitable for children and adults. 10.30 - 3.30 No need to book.
Carol Singing 10th December
Join Saxsational Saxophone Quartet as we gather at the Moorland Discovery Centre for a festive evening of carol singing, followed by a hot drink and a mince pie.! £5 per person including refreshments. Outside the Moorland Discovery Centre weather permitting, so wrap up warm. 3:30 – 5. No need to book.
Festive Trust10 - 18 December
Run 10km in a fun friendly atmosphere, explore the landscape and enjoy the wintry outdoors, wear something festive or just plain silly. Or why not just come and watch from the comfort of the tea room, which opens early for the run at 8:30. Everybody welcome.
Registration opens at 8.15am and closes at 8.45am, in the tea-room.
Make the most of the daylight by wrapping up and getting out into nature. Go and see how the Boggarts celebrate Christmas in style, by following our Boggart Trail. Or venture a little further by following our orange waymarked trail, through open woodland where the wintry views are wonderful. Pick up a leaflet with map. Tea-room and shop winter opening hours are 10:30 until 4. (Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.)