Thanks to everyone who brought their tree down for recycling on Sunday and made a small donation.
Shredding and recycling was carried out by our local tree specialist and firewood supplier Andy Fisher of Complete Tree Solutions.
The donated money went towards the recycling of the trees and the purchase of the new LED lights which could be seen on the trees in the precinct over Christmas.
A big thank you goes to all our local businesses for their continued support displaying the Christmas trees each year and also to the team of volunteers who helped put them up and take them down.
Andrew Fisher and his crew of volunteers worked tirelessly for an hour and half shredding Christmas trees this afternoon to raise funds for the Crosspool Forum.
Over 120 trees were left by residents outside Direct Travel, with quite a number being over 8ft tall.
Money raised will help provide hanging baskets and floral displays in the Crosspool precinct.
On behalf of all who have and will benefit from their kindness, a big big thank you to Andrew (Complete Tree Solutions) and to Paul at (Direct Travel) for the use of the car park.
Please reciprocate their kindness by supporting these local services.
Crosspool residents can have their Christmas tree shredded free this Sunday morning, 6 January.
You can bring your Christmas tree to precinct between 10am and 12 noon where a tree surgeon will be on hand to shred it.
Valleyside Garden Centre is also offering to collect and recycle your Christmas tree over the weekend of 15 and 16 January for £3. Contact them on 0114 230 1925 for more information.
The Christmas trees and lights above the Crosspool shops are due to come down on Sunday.