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Have your real Christmas Tree collected by Teesside Hospice

By Published December 30, 2018

Have your Christmas Tree collected by Teesside Hospice and make a donation to help care for local people suffering from cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

The simplest, greenest and most charitable way to dispose of your Christmas tree is to get involved in the Hospice's Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme.

Teesside Hospice will be collecting real Christmas trees on 5th, 6th  & 7th  January 2019.

All Christmas trees will be recycled by Askham Bryan College and used within the paddocks, the walled gardens and kitchen gardens in Stewart Park to create new paths.

The collection is run entirely by volunteers and covers Teesside postcodes from TS1 to TS23. 

To arrange a collection book online at www.charityxmastreecollection.com or call Kim on 01642 811150 for further information. Trees must be registered by 2nd January at midday.

Donations are crucial to the success of this event and ensuring that they can continue to provide vital care to their patients and their families. 

How your donation will make a difference this Christmas

£5 will pay for the fuel to transport a patient to and from our day care service

£10 will pay for a 30 minute counselling session

£25 will fund 1 hour of nursing support

£50 will pay for five of our patients Christmas dinners

£100 will run our ambulance for one day

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