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A list of where you can recycle your Christmas tree this year

15:59 03 January 2014

Photo of a Fraser fir tree close-up. Picture: PA Photo/British Christmas Tree Growers Association.

Photo of a Fraser fir tree close-up. Picture: PA Photo/British Christmas Tree Growers Association.

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For those continuing to shun plastic and instead go for the “real McCoy” during the festive season, here is a list of recycling collection points for your Christmas trees.

Turning them into paper, packaging and compost, Camden Council will be collecting the trees from the following drop-off points between January 2 and 16.

N6

Millfield Lane, junction with Merton Lane

NW1

Camden Garden Centre, 2 Barker Drive

Camden Gardens, Camden Street

Chalcot Square Gardens

Cumberland Market Gardens

Goldington Crescent Gardens

Harrington Square Gardens, Lidlington Square

Purchese Street open space

NW3

East Heath Road car park

Eton Avenue, junction with Lancaster Grove

Jack Straw’s Castle car park, North End Road

Netherhall Gardens

NW5

Boma Garden Centre, Islip Street

Highgate enclosures, Highgate Road

Regis Road recycling centre

Talacre Road open space

NW6

Fortune Green open space

Kilburn Grange Park, Messina Avenue

WC1

Brunswick Square Gardens

Calthorpe Project

Russell Square Gardens

If you live on an estate, you may have your own drop-off point you can make use of.

Check with your estate manager if you are unsure where this is.

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