CHRISTMAS TREES are once again set to help a St. Asaph-based Hospice's fundraising campaign at the start of the new year.

St. Kentigern staff are inviting members of the public to book their Christmas tree in to be collected after the festive fun has come to an end.

For a third year, construction company, the Anwyl Group, will be supporting the hospice's fundraiser with a pledge of vans and manpower to collect the donated trees from their Christmas homes and onto a new abode.

"This fundraiser could make a huge difference to care of local people and other local good causes," A spokesperson for St. Kentigern's said.

"This is an exciting venture for us, however it is also a successful recycling and fundraising model used across the UK in other locations by other hospices.

"So far, the North Wales hospice has had a great pledge of support from local groups including Rotary Clubs and Round Tables, and they are overwhelmed by their enthusiasm.

Simon Rose, senior construction manager at Anwyl Construction said: "We are delighted to be working with St Kentigern Hospice again on this project, making a difference to both local people using hospice services and the environment.

"It is a great way to continue the Christmas spirit on into the new year.”

All registered Christmas trees will be collected by volunteers on January 11,12 and 13. Collections will be made in the following areas, LL15, LL16, LL17, LL18, LL19, LL22, LL28, CH6 and CH8.

To register your tree for collection, visit the 'Justhelping' website now.

More information available via 01745 775415 or