Posted: Sat 16th Nov 2019

Don’t dump it, recycle it! Nightingale House launches Christmas tree collection service for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Nov 16th, 2019

Nightingale House Hospice is launching its first ever Christmas tree collection service to help raise funds and take the hassle out of the post festive clear up.

Working in partnership with local firms and volunteers the hospice for a small donation will have members of the public’s trees collected for recycling.

Companies including Ash Waste, Clifford Jones Timber, FWB, Motus Commercials, Read Construction, JT&M signs, Rivington Haulage, Travis Perkins Mold, Cable Services and SP Energy have offered their vehicles and manpower to make the event possible on 11 January 2020.

Hospice Corporate Partnerships Manager Debbie Barton said: “We are delighted to be introducing our brand new Christmas Tree event for 2020.

“The event is very much a community focused initiative which brings supporters, local businesses and volunteers together to raise funds for patient care as well as helping the environment.

“We are overwhelmed by the support we have received so far from local businesses and would like to thank everyone for their enthusiasm and generosity.”

There is no minimum or maximum donation however the average donation is £10. Every penny raised will go towards patient care at the hospice.

Only real trees and those which have been booked in advance will be collected. No additional trees can be collected on the day.

All decorations must be removed and bookings will close on Wednesday 8th January at 11:59pm.

Post code collection areas will be CH4:Broughton, Kinnerton, Penyffordd and Pulford; CH5: Ewloe and Hawarden; CH7: Buckley, Caerwys, Drury, Eryrys, Leeswood, Llanarmon-yn-lal, Mold, Mynydd Isa, Northop Hall and Treuddyn; LL11: Bradley, Brymbo, Brynteg, Bwlchgwyn, Coedpoeth, Cymau, Ffrith, Gwersyllt, Gwynfryn, Llandegla, Llanfynydd, Minera, New Broughton, Rhosrobin, Stansty, Tanyfron and Wrexham; LL12: Caergwrle, Cefn-y-bedd, Cymau, Gresford, Hope, Llay, Marford, Rossett and Wrexham; LL13: Holt and Johnstown; LL14: Cefn Mawr, Chirk, Penycae, Ponciau, Rhosllanerchrugog, Rhostyllen, Ruabon and Wrexham.

To book in your tree visit the Nightingale House Hospice website or call 01978 314292.

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