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Christmas tree sellers allowed to reopen in England despite lockdown

Smaller ‘farmgate’ sellers reclassified as essential retailers in run-up to holidays

Specialist Christmas tree sellers, farms and stalls were allowed to reopen for sales in England this weekend, after the government changed the lockdown rules to reclassify them as “essential” retailers.

While supermarkets and garden centres have been selling fresh-cut trees because they were deemed to be essential businesses, smaller “farmgate” sellers were forced to close because of the month-long restrictions.

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