The simplest, greenest and most charitable way to dispose of your Christmas trees this year is to get involved in St Wilfrid’s Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme.
St Wilfrid’s wonderful team of volunteers will collect your tree from your address and ethically recycle it for you from 6th to 20th January 2020, in return for a donation to the Hospice.
Register your tree online at stwh.co.uk/christmastrees or call 01243 755827 to find out more. You can choose the level of donation as you wish. A full list of post codes served is available on the website.
Your donation will mean the gift of quality time for patients facing terminal illness to spend with their loved ones.
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.