Our annual Christmas Treecycling campaign is back! On Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th January 2018, a team of volunteers and vans will be collecting real Christmas trees from across Birmingham and Solihull. Last year, we collected over 1700 trees and raised a fantastic £33,200 for the Hospice.
We've added more postcodes to make our biggest collection to date, and so this year we will be collecting real Christmas trees from the following postcodes:
Moseley (B13), Kings Heath (B14), Edgbaston (B15), Harborne (B17), Acocks Green/Yardley (B26/B27), Hall Green (B28), Selly Oak/Selly Park (B29), Bournville (B30), Northfield (B31), Quinton/Woodgate (B32), Kings Norton (B38), Solihull (B90/B91)
Birmingham St Mary's Hospice is a charity that provides end of life care and support to thousands of individuals, carers and loved ones across Birmingham and Sandwell. Your support means that we can provide care for individuals in our Hospice in Selly Oak, as well as in people's homes and in community locations. Our specialist care and services cost over £8 million each year and with your support, we can make a real difference.
For more information on Treecycling and to book your tree collection, please visit our website www.careatchristmas.org or call 0121 472 1191.