As the Christmas decorations start being taken down here's a bourough-by-borough guide of how to recycle your tree.
Lawyers have surpassed fashionistas over staying out the latest on what is set to be a record-breaking night for Christmas parties in London
This set of black and white photographs shows how London celebrated Christmas during the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
Speaking to ITV News, residents in Surbiton described this year's Christmas tree as "dismal", adding it needed "jazzing up".
Residents in Surbiton have started a campaign to remove a Christmas tree on a roundabout outside the train station, because they say it looks ugly.
Residents say the tree is a bit of let down compared to previous years, and it does not fit in with the rest of Surbiton's decorations. The tree was sponsored by a major supermarket and now a petition has been set up asking the retailer to replace it...
"... to bring it more inline with the keeping of Surbiton."
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One in five Londoners have admitted that they have drunk alcohol before driving home, according to a new survey published by road safety campaigners.
Coca Cola have teamed up with the Department of Transport to launch the Designated Driver Campaign, which gives discounts on soft drinks to drivers throughout the Christmas period.
The survey also found that people in London were less likely to drink and drive than they were 10 years ago.
With Christmas just a few weeks away, London is starting to look very festive indeed. Leading the way is Trafalgar Square, which today took delivery of its very own Christmas tree.
It gives the rest of London a lot to live up to, and there are already trees of all shapes and sizes around the capital. Below is Surbiton's effort. It has been placed on a busy roundabout - with the arrows still lit up.
Trafalgar Square's Christmas tree has been delicately moved into position, before the lights are switched on later this week. Cranes were used to lift the 60ft tree earlier today. This 30 second timelapse video shows how it was lifted.
Work has begun to install the 50 year old, 60 foot tall, Norwegian Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square.
Every year since 1946 the Norwegians have gifted a magnificent spruce pine as a thank you to Britain for our support during the Second World War. The lights on the tree will be switched on this Thursday.
Martin Stew was in Norway last month as the tree was cut down before it began a 700 mile journey.
A battery made entirely of Brussels sprouts is being used to light an eight foot Christmas tree in central London.
The battery was created by a team of scientists and engineers from The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair and is being used to light up part of London's Southbank.
It was created using five power cells, each holding 200 sprouts, producing 63 volts from the 1,000 Brussels sprouts.