Enter our competition to win an adventure, and watch our seed-ometer grow!
The history of the Christmas tree dates back thousands of years. They’re a wonderful symbol of Christmas and a celebration of evergreen. We cherish our trees at Kingswood, the ferns, oaks and willow trees, to name a few, create such a wonderful backdrop to our thrilling outdoor adventures.
Join us in celebrating trees this Christmas, and enter our Christmas tree competition to win big prizes including a free day trip for your school or group, or a seven-night school holiday Camp adventure for your child.
All you need to do is upload a photo of your Christmas tree, and our panel of judges will select our winner and second place runner-up. Creativity is key, you could even create your tree from recycled plastic - anything goes! Plus, for every tree entered, we will plant a seed at one of our ten centres and you can watch our seed-ometer grow! Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to follow how many trees we plant.
Submit a photo of your Christmas tree for the chance to win a free day trip for your school or group.
Enter your tree by 15th December, and our winners will be announced on 19th December. May the best tree win!
Enter our Christmas tree competition here
Terms and conditions: Prizes are subject to availability per date and location. The prize for a school or group is an Adventure Choice day visit prize which is valid for a class/group of up to 40 students only at any UK centre. The Kingswood Camps week is a seven-night adventure at a choice of five Camps. Deadline for entries is midnight on 15th December 2018. Prizes are non-transferrable and non-refundable. The winner will be selected by a panel and the winners will be contacted on 19th December 2018. The prize must be booked by 10th January 2019, and cannot be used as part of an existing booking. For trips made in 2019 only. The competition prize is only available during low season. By entering our Christmas tree competition, your tree photo will be shared on Kingswood’s social media channels.