Surrey Heath Borough Council is reminding residents of the free local Christmas tree recycling provided by Bagshot-based Branch Management.
Surrey Heath residents can recycle their real Christmas tree for free in the new year as part of a Council-run scheme – and help maintain the borough’s parks at the same time.
At the end of this period, the trees will be chipped and the resulting wood chippings will be used to replenish paths in Surrey Heath’s parks.
This event is being sponsored by an experienced local family-run company, Branch Management (http://www.branchmanagement.co.uk/). Based in Bagshot, they cater for all aspects of tree care for customers across Surrey Heath.
Surrey Heath Business Portfolio Holder Cllr Craig Fennell said: “This great scheme has a double benefit – helping the local community to recycle their Christmas trees, and also improving the local environment by using the wood chippings to restock paths in our lovely parks and green spaces.”
The sites where Christmas trees can be dropped off are:
Drop-off Location Postcode Heatherside Park (near the recreation ground) GU15 1AY Watchetts Recreation Ground GU15 2SR Old Dean Recreation Ground GU15 4AF Southcote Park GU15 1JP Frimley Green Recreation Ground GU16 6JZ Mytchett Recreation Ground GU16 6JD School Lane, Bagshot GU19 5BP Lightwater Playing Fields GU18 5SY Windmill Field, Windlesham GU20 6QA Clews Lane, Bisley GU24 9HD Rosewood Way, West End GU24 9XG Yorktown Car Park, Camberley GU15 3AU Clarence Drive, Camberley GU15 1JT Woodend Road Car Park, Deepcut GU16 6SD Chobham Car Park, Chobham GU24 8LZ
Christmas trees can also be dropped off at local refuse centres, or left out with your brown garden waste bin if you are subscribed to the scheme.
Restrictions apply: only real Christmas trees can be accepted for this event, and all decorations must be removed from the trees before they are left at the drop-off points.