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We're back! Christmas Tree sales 2020 to go ahead

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After months of lockdown and COVID-19 confusion, the Chief Health Officer restrictions have lifted just in time to allow our annual Christmas tree sales to go ahead. Relieved members of the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club were fearful that their annual fund raiser would not be able to be held this year. Club President, Shaun Threadgold said that many of the Club's projects were at risk if the Christmas tree sales couldn't go ahead. "Each year, we raise vital funds through the sale of our Christmas trees to financially support a number of local and wider causes as well as funding our community projects" he said.

popup sale 2020The Christmas tree project will be conducted on the weekends of the 5th and 6th, and 12th and 13th of December, 2020 with sales taking place between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm each day from the Club's Christmas Tree Sales Centre in Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing (next door to the CFA). Those seeking to purchase a real Christmas tree will be able to choose a tree to suit their own requirements at any time across the two weekends, together with a reusable stand.

The COVID-19 lockdown period has been difficult for many people, and a festive Christmas will be the circuit breaker people have been looking for. To help keep Christmas affordable, we have been able to keep all our prices at 2019 levels. Any size Christmas tree remains at only $55 and reusable stands are only $45.

You can even choose to have you tree delivered for a small fee. Arrangements can also be made to have your tree collected and recycled on the 10th of January 2021.

For more information, visit the dedicated Apex Christmas Tree website or the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club Facebook page.

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