Posted November 19, 2018 07:23:00Christmas lights, whether in your living room or your car, are going to look a bit different this year.
That’s because the UK’s National Grid has announced that they will be turning off the lights on the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The change will take effect from midnight on December 23, meaning you’ll be able to start your holiday in style, rather than the winter cold and snow that has been plaguing the country for the last couple of months.
The grid is also offering free lights to anyone who wishes to install them.
The National Grid says the decision will save the UK £40m a year by reducing the number of Christmas lights installed on the country.
But what exactly will be changed, and what will we be able as a nation to expect when we finally get our lights back on?
The lights on Christmas Eve will be dimmed for one hour, as they normally are.
There will also be an hour between each of the Christmas Day and New Year’s Day events.
It’s not clear exactly how many of the lights will be on, but they’re expected to be a combination of LED and fluorescent lights.
A variety of colours and materials will be used, including copper, aluminium and carbon fibre.
It’s not yet clear what the impact will be if the lights are dimmed too much during the winter months, but it could be an issue if there are a lot of snowflakes on the ground.
The lights will also go off during the evening on Christmas Day, although it’s not quite certain whether they’ll be switched off in that time.
If you’re looking to get the most out of your festive festivities, we’ve put together a list of tips to help you decide what to do.
How to choose a Christmas treeFor starters, if you’re not a big fan of the traditional Christmas tree, you can always try the traditional ones, like the one above.
They’re not as attractive, but are a great way to make sure you get a festive tree without spending a fortune.
The traditional Christmas trees have long been popular with Christmas shoppers, and we’ve featured several of the best Christmas trees for 2018, so here’s our top picks.1.
Black cherry treeBlack cherry trees are the perfect Christmas tree.
They’ll provide plenty of light and warmth for your home and provide a warm glow.
You can pick a black cherry tree from a local nursery or you can make your own, using a number of different colours and shapes.
Black cherry Christmas trees are ideal for: Christmas tree decorationsChristmas tree decoratingChristmas trees for your gardenChristmas tree decorationsFor more tips on choosing a Christmas Christmas tree from the right suppliers, check out our guide to the best nurseries in the UK.2.
Golden treeFor those of us who like to keep the decorations a bit more subdued, you may want to try the golden tree.
This one is popular for Christmas, as it has a deep red colour, with a light green and white top.
You may also like to choose one of the more popular colours, like white, black or pink.3.
A-frame treeIf you prefer a tree that’s a bit bigger than your typical one, try the A-Frame tree.
Its a very popular choice for Christmas decorations.
It comes in a variety of styles, from a standard Christmas tree to a big, festive tree.4.
Black treeChristmas trees are always popular, but this year they’re even more popular.
The Black Christmas tree comes in all different colours, including a more traditional Christmas colour, and is a popular choice among Christmas shoppers.5.
Blue treeFor the festive season, Christmas trees can be a bit difficult to find.
Luckily, we have a handy guide for choosing a good Christmas tree online.6.
Christmas tree lightsThe most common Christmas lights in 2018 are LED, but you can also get some fluorescent lights from some of the top retailers like Ebay, Ikea, Walmart and the online stores Amazon and eBay.
There are also a number other options, such as a traditional Christmas bulb, which has a white bulb.
If you don’t have a Christmas bulb and want to look something a little different, consider these Christmas lights that will give you the most festive looks.