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Farleigh Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling

Farleigh Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling

January 30, 2020 Rachel Finlay Comments Off

Bakers of Danbury were very proud to be the main sponsor for the 2019/ 2020 Farleigh Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling Campaign which raised a massive £37,500.

2019 was the sixth year that Farleigh Hospice has organised their Christmas Tree Recycling campaign. Growing in popularity every year, the Christmas Tree Recycling campaign raised a over £10,000 more than last year.

Without the help of all of the volunteers who collect the trees over the first weekend in January, it wouldn’t have been possible. The volunteers collect the trees and drive them back to chipped and recycled – some are used in local parks and some to make fuel.

Farleigh Hospice asked Bakers of Danbury in 2018 if we would like to be the first ever sponsor of their Christmas Tree Recycling event, as they had seen we actively support local charities. We have been proud to be the main sponsor for the campaign over the last couple of years, and look forward to doing the same this year. To date Farleigh Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling events have raised the following;

  • 2015 – £3,700 collecting 450 trees
  • 2016 – £5,000 collecting 613 trees
  • 2017 – £12,000 collecting 1,400 trees
  • 2018 – £20,000 collecting 2,100 trees
  • 2019 – £27,000 collecting 2,800 trees
  • 2020 – £37,500 collecting 3,500 trees

Debbie de Boltz, Fundraising Manager for Farleigh Hospice wrote:

A huge thank you for sponsoring our Christmas Tree Recycling Campaign again this year. I am delighted to tell you that we collected in excess of 3,500 trees and raised over £37,500, which is a truly fantastic amount of money.


You are helping us to continue providing hospice care and support to anyone affected by a life-limiting illness or bereavement across mid Essex. Thanks to you we can help people to live as actively as possible from the point of diagnosis to the end of their lives, by providing physical and emotional care, free of charge. We can support people in their own homes and provide bereavement services to anyone who needs them within our community.


We rely on your support to help us raise the £6 million we need every year (over £16,000 a day). With the number of people needing specialised palliative care and bereavement support growing every year, your generosity is more important now than ever. It is because you care that we can.

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