This year Christmas is going to be a little different for everyone. At this stage, who knows what it will look like exactly? Social bubbles and champagne bubbles, masks on big bushy beards, socially distanced carols by candlelight and lots and lots of handwashing are just a few new things we will have to consider besides when to make the Christmas pudding and who’s picking up Aunt Mavis.
Well, the Scouts are working towards making at least one thing easy this year – the COVID-safe click and collect of your fresh Christmas tree. This year they are selling their trees each weekend in December from two locations: the hall on the corner of Baden Powell Drive and Humphries Rd, and from Frankston Bunnings.
To make it a COVID-safe experience, you can pre-order and pay for your tree online at www.bpp.org.au, and your tree will be patiently waiting for you to pick it up. For a totally hassle-free time of it, the Scouts will also organise the delivery of your tree if you live in South Frankston or Mount Eliza and will even take it away when the festive season’s over. Head to www.bpp.org.au for details.
Then it will be over to you to go a little ‘Christmas tree whisperer’ and create a special theme in your home.