Bluebell Wood launches Christmas tree recycling service across the region

by | 26 December 2020 | Local Charity, Worksop

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice will be easing people’s post-festive woes with an exciting new Christmas tree recycling service across Worksop in partnership with several community-spirited local businesses. For a suggested donation of £10.00, the charity and its team of eager elves will collect real Christmas trees from outside people’s homes and then recycle them in an ethical and environmentally friendly way.
Each tree recycled will help Bluebell Wood be there for children and families across the region who simply don’t know how long they have together.
Booking a collection couldn’t be easier – all people need to do is visit or call 01909 508103.
All the real Christmas trees that are collected will then be chipped and turned into compost, with some used to grow new trees and others used in the gardens at Bluebell Wood.
Much of the charity’s traditional festive fundraising has been cancelled this year, so they are urging people to sign up to help raise much-needed funds.
Bluebell Wood would like to thank XPO Logistics, Billingley Christmas Tree Farm, Gorsefield Farm, Sunnybank Farm, Fletcher’s Waste Management, Envar Composting, Paul Day Tree Surgery, Bank Park, Brier Hills Recycling, Notcutts and Darfoulds for their support with the scheme.