September 2016

Meanings Behind Christmas Decorations

Meanings Behind Christmas Decorations

Ever wondered why we decorate our homes and what all the famous symbols mean? Where do our decorations come from? Read this blog to find out more about our Christmas history, as well as to get some inspiration from our great products...

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Christmas in Different Cultures

Christmas in Different Cultures

Christmas is celebrated all over the world by many different kinds of people and these celebrations differ in all sorts of cultures. Read on to find out some interesting facts about Christmas all over the globe!

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The History of Christmas Trees

The History of Christmas Trees

We stock a fantastic range of them here at UK Christmas World, and they're one of the nation's most loved Christmas decoration - the Christmas Tree! Ever wonder where the tradition all started? Check out this blog for more information on one of our best selling types of Christmas decoration!

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How Are Christmas Lights Made?

How Are Christmas Lights Made?

Are you worried about finding the space for your Christmas tree this year? Whether you live in a flat or just a smaller house, this may be a worry that has crossed your mind many times, particularly now as the festive season is creeping in closer!Well have no fear! Here at UK Christmas World we have the perfect solution for this. Our fantastic range of Slim Christmas Trees are perfect for placing in corners of smaller rooms, or even if you’re just thinking about down-sizing your tree this...

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The Men Behind the First Ever Christmas Lights

The Men Behind the First Ever Christmas Lights

So where did it all start? The Christmas lights we know and love have come on a long way since they were first invented. Here is the story behind the people who created the first ever Christmas lights. Before we had electrical Christmas lights, families would use candles to light up their trees through the festive period. This created the obvious disadvantage of being very dangerous and they were a very common cause of house fires in those days. The first electrical light bulb was invented

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