This is where you can get rid of your Christmas tree in Nottinghamshire this festive season

With the festive season coming to an end and decorations coming down in households around the county, you can get rid of your Christmas tree at any one of 12 locations around Nottinghamshire this Christmas, council bosses have announced.

By Andy Done-Johnson
Monday, 4th January 2021, 3:00 pm

These recycling centres are all open from 8am to 4pm daily for you to take this year’s festive centrepiece:

Mansfield Recycling Centre - Kestral Park, Kestral Road, Mansfield, NG18 5FT;

Kirkby Recycling Centre - Sidings Road, Lowmoor Industrial Estate, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, NG17 7JZ;

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Hucknall Recycling Centre - Wigwam Lane, Hucknall, NG15 7SZ;

Bilsthorpe Recycling Centre - Brailwood Road, Bilsthorpe, NG22 8UA;

Worksop Recycling Centre - Shireoaks Road, Worksop, S80 3HA;

Giltbrook Recycling Centre - Gilthill, Giltbrook, NG16 2HR;

Warsop Recycling Centre - Oakfield Lane, Warsop, NG20 0JG;

Retford Recycling Centre - Hallcroft Road, Retford, DN22 7SS;

Newark Recycling Centre - Brunel Drive, Newark, NG24 2EG;

Beeston Recycling Centre - Lilac Grove, Beeston, NG9 1PF;

West Bridgford Recycling Centre - Rugby Road, West Bridgford, NG2 7HX.

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Nottinghamshire County Council has said that this year aerosol cans can also go in your recycling bin to free up space in your general waste bin - but make sure they are empty and please remove the lids.

Glass bottles and jars do not go in the recycling bin.

If you live in Ashfield, Gedling or Broxtowe, glass bottles and jars will be collected from the kerbside in a box or bag. Elsewhere in the county, use your local bottle bank or recycling centre. Christmas cards can also be recycled as long as they don’t have glitter, but why not save them to make gift tags for next year?

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