STILL undecided what to do with your real Christmas tree once the festivities are over?

Registration remains open until Friday (January 5) for the Sue Ryder Christmas tree recycling scheme.

Under the initiative, householders' trees are collected from their front door, garden or driveway, in exchange for a donation.

All proceeds go to the charity, which runs Manorlands hospice at Oxenhope.

The 'Christmas Treecycling' scheme is open to people in the postcode areas BD13-18, BD20-24, LS29 and HX2, 3 and 7.

Support for the venture is provided by Skipton Self Drive and Keighley Tree Services.

Andrew Wood, community fundraising manager at Manorlands, says: "The trees will either be chipped and used to create renewable energy fuel for biomass burners, disposed of via a recycling centre or used for habitat restoration to support nature.

"Any donations given will help Sue Ryder continue to be there when it matters – at a time where charities everywhere, including Sue Ryder, are relying on donations more than ever."

For more about the scheme and to book a collection, visit

Tree collections start on Saturday (January 6) and run until January 15.

Anyone with queries can contact the Manorlands fundraising team on 01535 640430 or