11th & 12th January 2020

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Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Christmas Treecycling scheme is back and we are aiming for our biggest and greenest year yet!

In exchange for a donation, our amazing volunteers will collect and recycle your real Christmas tree. Book your collection today and take the hassle out of disposing of your tree whilst supporting your local Hospice. It’s as easy as one, two tree!

  1. Check that we’re collecting in your area. Our volunteers will be Treecycling in…

  1. Book your Christmas Treecycling collection before Monday 6th January, midday - we recommend to book early to avoid disappointment!
  2. Get your tree ready to be collected and recycled by your local Hospice on Saturday 11th – Sunday 12th January and enjoy the festive period knowing that you’ve helped make a difference to the lives of local people living with a life-limiting illness.

For more information, queries or questions please contact the Treecycling team on [email protected] or call 0121 752 8779.

*As our collections are supported by an army of amazing volunteers, we are limited with how many Christmas trees we can collect. If we reach our maximum number before January 6th, the booking system will be closed earlier than advertised.

Last year, our amazing volunteers collected an incredible 3,700 trees, raising an amazing £70,000.00 for local families living with life-limiting illness. This was only possible thanks to the fantastic support of our supporters, volunteers and companies who gave up their time or made a donation to the campaign. Thank you so much for your support. 

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If you would like to join our wonderful corporate partners in supporting Treecycling for 2020, we would love to hear from you. 

0121 752 8779

[email protected]

We are proudly supported by:



With special thanks to the Friends of Woodside Allotments Association



A huge thank you to all of our partners who support Treecycling to raise an incredible amount for Birmingham St Mary's Hospice and hundreds of local individuals and their families who are living with a life-limiting illness.