Don't miss your chance to win a giant Christmas wreath.

Don't miss your chance to win a giant Christmas wreath.

Don't miss out on your chance to bid for one of these spectacular giant Christmas wreaths. 

These impressive handmade Christmas wreaths have been made especially by local florist, Marmalade Skies Flowers, to raise money for the Royal Hospital Chelsea. We're giving you the chance to win one of these ten special wreaths as part of our auction, to raise money for the Chelsea Pensioners.  

These extra-large wreaths, which have been handcrafted in the nearby Marmalade Skies Flowers studios, will brighten any front door, entrance to a restaurant, foyer or reception of a business, creating a truly festive welcome for any guest on arrival.

The magnificent moss-backed wreath (approx. 95cm) is made from fresh blue pine and dried festive adornments including pine cones (natural/gold/silver), dried green oranges, dried orange slices, lotus heads (natural/gold), cinnamon sticks and a variety of Christmas baubles in the red, black and gold of the Chelsea Pensioners. The heavy Scandinavian pine is naturally designed to withstand the elements and will handle any cold spell the great British winter can throw at us over the festive period.

Each winning bid will received one of these luxurious wreaths, along with a personal greeting from a Chelsea Pensioner and a souvenir photo dressed in a Scarlet tunic.

The ten highest bids will be updated and displayed daily on this auction page. 

Final Top 10 Bids:

  1. £300
  2. £300
  3. £160
  4. £160
  5. £160
  6. £155
  7. £150
  8. £150
  9. £150
  10. £150

The auction has now ended and the winners will be notified shortly. 

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