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Christmas Treecycling — Curry Rivel
Christmas Tree is set to start on the 2nd Jan 2018, SSDC thought residents would appreciate being able to dispose of their trees at the beginning of the year and have brought forward the opening of their Christmas tree recycling compounds by a week.

After Christmas you can recycle your Christmas tree; there will be a Christmas tree shredding service available at Westfield carpark.
South Somerset District Council in partnership with Curry Rivel Parish Council seeks to start the New Year off sustainably by recycling your tree into mulch.
Bare (free of ornaments, metal, stands), real trees of all shapes and sizes accepted. Drop off before 22nd January 2018.
Drop off location Westfield Rec Car Park.

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