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Where to take your Christmas tree as traditional end to festivities looms

Christmas tree recycling points are in place across Liverpool as the traditional date to take down decorations looms.

The collection points will remain in place until the end of January enabling city householders to dispose of real trees in an environmentally friendly way.

Twelfth Night, regarded as the final day of the 12-day festive celebration, is traditionally considered the last day you should keep decorations in place and this year it falls on Friday 5 January.

It’s the eve of Epiphany on 6 January which, according to tradition, marks the end of Christmas.

As well as at the local recycling centres in Old Swan and Otterspool, Liverpool residents can now also dispose of their festive trees at the following locations:

  • L4: Stanley Park car park
  • L5: Everton Park, Viewing Platform, Netherfield Road North
  • L7: Newsham Park, Gardener’s Drive (Sheil Road end)
  • L8: Sefton Park, Review Field, Ullet Road Gate
  • L11: Croxteth Park, Oak Lane car park
  • L15: Wavertree Park Tennis Centre car park
  • L17: Otterspool car park (the first car park)
  • L18: Calderstones Park, Calderstones Road car park
  • L18: Calderstones Park, Yew Tree Road car park
  • L18: Menlove Avenue/Menlove Gardens triangle
  • L19: Long Lane Recreation Ground, Garston
  • L24: Alderfield Road, Speke, by Millwood
  • L25: Kings Drive central reservation by Sainsbury’s
  • L25: Woolton Road, Boys Club car park

Liverpool City Council’s green bin collection service is currently suspended for winter until 25 February 2018.

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