05:39PM, Wednesday 30 December 2020
Two hospices in the Maidenhead area are offering Christmas tree collections in return for donations.
Alexander Devine Children's Hospice, in Snowball Hill, and Thames Hospice, based at Bray Lake, are giving people the chance to recycle their tree through the charities and raise money for them.
Volunteers will be out and about in postcode areas collecting trees on specified days.
The Royal Borough has also announced that there will be collection points to dispose of real Christmas trees in locations across the borough.
Click here to find out your nearest location.
Details about which bin to put your Christmas tree in are also summarised below:
If you have a green bin, you can put your real Christmas tree in your green bin for collection on your normal green waste collection day. There are no green bin collections weeks commencing 28 December or 4 January. Christmas trees left next to the bin will not be collected. pic.twitter.com/z2b2JNJis0— RBWM (@RBWM) December 30, 2020
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