Rotary Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme

Poster for Rotary Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme

The Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District is again providing a service that is welcomed by the Community and which helps to green the area.

Rotary has been raising funds by collecting used local Christmas trees for the past 6 years and money collected this year will support Chestnut Tree House (Children’s Hospice Care) and Turning Tides (Ending local Homelessness) and other local causes supported by Rotary.

Residents’ Christmas trees will be collected from 11th January to 14th January 2024 inclusive in certain postcodes in Pulborough, Storrington, Amberley, Billingshurst and other local villages.

This year the Rotary Club is supported by JustHelping, a UK charity that provides a platform for volunteering and fundraising for local charities.

You just have to register by midnight on 7th January 2024 at: or by scanning the QR code below.


QR Code for Just Giving Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme

We welcome a donation and in exchange we will collect your Christmas tree, take it away and recycle it for you. No hassle, no waste and no needles in your car!

Remember to decant any decorations, take the tree out of the pot (if it has one) or remove the base. We cannot remove or recycle these.

Your tree must be ready to collect by 9am on 11th January. Please note that we are unable to tell you in advance which day or what time your tree will be collected.

Your tree must be left in a clear, unobstructed, and visible location.

Due to Health and Safety policy, we are unable to, under any circumstances, enter your house or any confined or restricted space in your garden to access your tree.

If you would like to get involved with the collection, volunteer your time or help in any way to help please get in contact with us

Thank you for your support!

For more information please contact

Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District

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