PEOPLE can get rid of their Christmas trees while helping an important cause thanks to the return of a treecycle project.
The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust is running a treecycle campaign for the second year running in Bromsgrove and Redditch.
The campaign sees trees collected and then disposed in an eco-friendly way, while raising funds for the charity to help youngsters and families.
Last year’s debut saw the charity collect 250 trees, raising £4,000.
The team have already collected 650 trees this year so are on their way to smashing last year’s total.
Trees must be registered to be collected by noon on Monday January 3, before the team will be carrying out collections in Bromsgrove and Redditch on January 5 and 6.
There is a minimum donation of £5 for the tree to be collected with the option to add a donation on top.
All money raised will be contribute toward the organization’s work helping children living with cancer.
The Trust’s work includes offering family support workers, education resources and hospital support packs for children and their families.
They are also fundraising to aid research into childhood cancer treatments for children.
To register a tree for collection, visit: www.gkcct.org/christmas-treecycle