Rainbow House has launched a new “Recycle your Christmas Tree” service to save people
time and hassle in the New Year and raise funds. The charity will collect and recycle Christmas trees
on Saturday 5th or Sunday 6th January for a suggested minimum donation of £10 per tree.
A team of volunteer collectors and vans will collect trees from the areas surrounding the Rainbow House
base in Mawdesley covering Chorley, Horwich, Blackrod, Shevington, Ormskirk, Scarisbrick, Hesketh Bank
Croston, Longton, Leyland, Bamber Bridge and more.
Tree collections can be booked up to 31st December online @
or by telephone on 01704 823276 up to 20th December 2018.
All donations will be used to help Rainbow House continue to support children and young people
with physical and neurological disabilities.
Organiser Emma Parish recently visited The Tree Barn at Blackrod with Steve Bone of YES Electrical who will
be helping with the tree collections. The Tree Barn is a long standing supporter of Rainbow House and
donates a tree for the site. They are also holding craft workshops including wreath making, card making
and wood carving demonstrations with donations to raise funds for the charity.
Rainbow House also needs more men or ladies with vans to assist with the collections, so if you can help
please contact Emma Parish on 01704 823276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org