Norway CANCELS 15-year Christmas gift to Grimsby tradition admitting 'our trees are not good enough for you'



Grimsby will no longer have a Norwegian Christmas tree in the town centre, as the Mayor of Sortland has written to say that their trees are no longer good enough.
For the past 15 years the municipality of Sortland in Norway have sent a Christmas tree to the town as a holiday greeting, but last year's tree left a lot to be desired, with residents complaining about the state of the dying spruce.
Vast portions of the tree were completely bare, and many felt that it was a bad look for the area, as a Christmas tree should be a positive attraction that brings joy to people and encourages them... read more

 
16 March 2019 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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