What could be the biggest Christmas tree recycling scheme in the world has been taking place in Cheshire this weekend.
Around 5000 residents paid a donation to the East Cheshire Hospice for volunteers to remove their trees. They're then recycled with all the money being put into vital patient care.
The hospice costs £6k a day to run and relies almost entirely on money from fundraising events. Sarah Rogers has more:
Click here for more information about the hospice and how you can help.
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