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Households across Lincoln are being encouraged to go green this Christmas and help to support their local hospice with their tree-cycle campaign.
On Saturday 7th January, St Barnabas Hospice will collect and recycle unwanted trees in return for a donation.
The hospice will be collecting trees in parts of LN1, LN2, LN3, LN4, LN5 and LN6.
“This is the simplest, greenest and most charitable way to get rid of your Christmas tree after the festivities.
"Let the hospice take away the stress and mess of disposing of your tree and help us to raise vital funds for hospice care.
“Donations are crucial to the success of this event and to ensuring that we can continue to provide dedicated, compassionate hospice care every day of the year.”
To arrange a collection and donate to the hospice book in at www.charityxmastreecollection.com