Go green and Tree-cycle your Christmas tree this year and help people in our community! It’s a win for you, Katharine House and the environment!

This year, let us take away the stress of what to do with your real Christmas tree after the festivities are over.

Christmas is a time of year for family and friends and, of course, the all-important Christmas tree. We all love a real tree until the time comes to dispose of it after Christmas - and this is where we can step in.

Instead of worrying about how to environmentally dispose of your tree after all the festivities are over, you can make a donation to Katharine House Hospice and, in return, we will send one of our elves to pick up your tree to be recycled.

Interested? The process is simple:

  1. Make a generous donation.
  2. Leave your tree outside your home from 8am on 9 January. It will be collected on either 9 or 10 January.
  3. We’ll do the rest. We collect the trees and take them to our chipper to be recycled.

Due to the success of last year’s Tree-cycling scheme, we have increased our coverage and are now collecting from the following postcode areas:

  • OX7 (4.., 5.., 6..)
  • OX15 (0.., 4.., 5.., 6..)
  • OX16 (1.., 9..)
  • OX17 (3..)

Book by 10am on 3 January

Click on the button below to register your tree for collection. You will then be taken to our partner JustHelping's website to register your details. 

Register your tree for collection

"Last year we booked the Christmas Tree-cycle and have to say what a great service this is! Quick and easy to book - such a stress-free way to dispose of our trees. They were collected on time from outside our driveway, and knowing they would be recycled and support Katharine House was an added bonus. I have just booked our collection for this year - now all we need to do is get down to Warwickshire Christmas Trees and pick our trees!" Hazel Hope - Hook Norton

Thank you

Thank you to Viridor for sponsoring this year's Christmas Tree-cycle

And to Acreman's Arboriculture Ltd for chipping all the Christmas trees.