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Recycle your Christmas Tree with Willowbrook Hospice

After a hugely successful Christmas tree collection in 2018, the Willowbrook Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme is back for January 2019.

Willowbrook's last Christmas tree collection in Knowsley and St Helens raised just over £1715 through collecting and recycling almost 100 trees. 

All you need to do to register for your real tree to be collected is donate a minimum of £5 and call the Willowbrook Fundraising Team on 01744 453798, email events@willowbrookhospice.org.uk or go online at: https://willowbrookhospice.charitycheckout.co.uk/christmastreerecycling/

They are collecting from Monday 7 January to Friday 11 January 2019 and are able to collect from postcodes: L14, L28, L34, L35, L36, WA9. WA10, WA11, WA12 and WN5. Unfortunately, they are unable to collect from other postcodes.

You don't need to be in on the day! Simply leave your tree outside your house and you can even specify where during registration.

By registering for the Willowbrook Christmas Tree Collection you are helping to ensure that the hospice can continue to support our patients and their families across Knowsley and St Helens.

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