One of the simplest, greenest and most charitable ways to dispose of your Christmas trees this year is to get involved in St Wilfrid’s Christmas tree recycling scheme.
St Wilfrid’s team of volunteers will collect your tree from your home and ethically recycle it for you from January 6-20, 2020, in return for a donation to the hospice.
You can decide the level of donation you give. A full list of post codes served is available on the website.
Alison Moorey, chief executive of St Wilfrid’s Hospice, said: “St Wilfrid’s is there for patients and their families all day, every day of the year.
“So while we are all enjoying some festive cheer over Christmas, our nurses, chefs and housekeeping staff will be doing their bit to give patients and their families the best Christmas possible.”
By having teamed up with Chichester District Council and the Woodhorn Group, St Wilfrid’s will be providing your tree with new life as organic mulch, feeding the Christmas trees of the future.
You can register your tree online at: stwh.co.uk/christmastrees or call: 01243 755827 to find out more.