East Cheshire Hospice Tree Recycling
This year the collection team are aiming to raise over £80,000 for the Hospice and at the same time recycle over 70 tonnes of Christmas Trees.
So if you live in the CW12, SK9, SK10, SK11, SK12, WA16 post code areas and would like to 'save all the mess in your car' by having your tree collected, then please let us know as quickly as possible. The collection will take place on one weekend only, Saturday, 10th January and Sunday, 11th January and the closing date for collection requests is 5:00p.m. on Thursday, 8th January. The suggested minimum donation for having your Christmas Tree collected remains £4.00 per tree. As our costs are covered by generous sponsors, every pound you donate will go to the Hospice.
Our preferred way to arrange collection is to use this link
If you used the service last year, the details we hold will then be displayed. Please scroll down the screen and amend as necessary. When finished press 'Submit' at the bottom of the screen. If there are no errors you will then receive a confirmation message. If there are errors you will receive an error message — press Continue to return to the input screen.
If you have moved house, please just amend your address details; you do not have to contact us separately. However, please do not forward the link above to friends as, if they use it, their details will overwrite your own.
Last year, thanks to generous support the collection raised over £71,150, enough to keep the Hospice operating for just over 11 days.
Many thanks for your support.
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