• Opening dates for 2021
    will be displayed here in time for Christmas.

  • We look forward to welcoming you for the next festive season.

The Christmas Barn is Now Closed for 2020.




After a surprisingly busy festive season in spite of the pandemic, the Christmas Barn is now closed. Our sincere thanks to everyone who ventured out to Thorpe Langton and adhered to the social distancing, and to those who phoned their orders in. We hope you had a safe and happy Christmas.

Grange Farm Christmas Barn will reopen in November 2021, ready for the next festive season. We share the hopes of many that it will be a return to normal.


Season's Greetings!

We hope you managed to make the most of the festivities this year.

The Grange Farm Christmas Barn is now closed. We will reopen in November 2021 and look forward to seeing you then.



Christmas At The Barn

At the farm we have a 15-acre plantation of Christmas Trees. We have been selling these, our own home-grown trees, for over 25 years. So we really can pride ourselves on providing our customers with a fresh, high quality, locally grown tree. You won’t find better.

Visiting Grange Farm Christmas Barn is a magical experience for everyone. It’s where your Christmas begins, whether you’re choosing your tree, browsing in our Christmas Decorations Barn or picking up your takeaway pack of the Langton Brewery’s finest ales which, incidentally, are also brewed on the farm. And don’t forget to pay a special visit to Santa Claus in his grotto to make it a magical trip for the children too. Yes, he is with us again this year.


Latest News

Exciting stuff happening at the Christmas Barn!

Chocolate 903. Bacon 688.

Last year, the lovely Compton & Kennedy Cake ladies kept visitors to the Christmas Barn (and staff) fed and refreshed from their distinctive cosy caravan. Our sincere thanks to them. They served 903 cups of hot chocolate and made no less than 688 delicious bacon rolls. Great work, ladies! This year, they are with us again, offering a takeaway service

Can you collect your tree in a Beetle?

Yes, you can. We think we noticed a trend last year - people collecting their Trees from the Christmas Barn in Volkswagen Beetles. Well, perhaps two is not a trend but it made a good conversation piece.

Enough cake for the whole of Christmas!

Last year, those magnificent Compton & Kennedy ladies raised the bar for Christmas cakemakers everywhere. Not content with providing delicious festive goodies, they produced a spectacular 12 Days of Christmas cake. It was a monster! As you'd expect, it featured Leaping Lords, Swimming Swans, Gold Rings and, at the very top... well, you know the song!

Santa’s Grotto Dates

Don't forget to delight your children with a visit to Santa in his Grotto. He is back with us again this year, tucked away cosily at the back of The Christmas Barn. Children can visit Santa on 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th, 19th and 20th December from 11.00am to 3.00pm.

Meet Dorcas and her Friends

There's so much more than fresh trees, decorations and Christmas goodies at the Barn. If you like animals, you'll be right at home. We have animals. Well, it is a farm! But sadly, dear Dorcas the donkey is no longer with us. That's her in the picture. She was very old and has gone to the great carrot patch in

What Carbon Footprint?

We must surely have among the smallest carbon footprint of any Christmas Tree supplier? You can see our trees growing in the fields from the Christmas Barn car park. In fact, you can park right alongside some of them. No need for long-distance transportation here…