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Christmas 2021 already on the menu at Winstones Ice Cream parlour after record-breaking sustainable ‘Rental Claus’ tree scheme


Winstones Ice Cream parlour is already gearing up for Christmas.

Sales director Tom Vear, a fourth-generation Winstones family member, said: “We’re in our fourth year of running the scheme and are already taking orders for Christmas 2021.”

More than 1,000 trees had been adopted during the last festive period at the world-renowned ice cream parlour which has operated on Minchinhampton Common since 1925.

Tom added: “Our main aim is to tackle the eight million cut Christmas trees that are consumed in the UK every year. Customers can give a tree a name and make it a family member and then return it without having to dispose of it.”

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