The 2020 Christmas Tree at London’s St. Pancras International station is pretty in pink and carries a message of positivity. The 34ft tall “Tree of Hope” was designed in partnership with café chain EL&N and it features 1,200 meters of ribbon printed with quotes of love, hope and empathy from NHS staff and key workers.
St. Pancras EL&N 2020 Christmas Tree
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This year’s Christmas tree at the London train station pays tribute to NHS staff and key workers that have helped carry the UK through the pandemic. And to the surprise of no one who’s been to EL&N, it’s pink.
The 34ft high tree is dubbed “The Tree of Hope” and casts a warm pink glow throughout the station. Sitting atop a charming carousel, the tree bedecked with lights and 1200 meters of festive ribbon, which have been printed with quotes of love, hope, and empathy from team members of key organizations including Imperial College Healthcare, Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, NHS Ambulance Service, and Royal Mail.
Here’s a timelapse video of the tree going up:
The tree will stay up in the arcade until the 3rd of January, 2021.