IMPORTANT UPDATE: 

Thank you so much for choosing to support St Barnabas with our Treecycle service and donating.

Unfortunately we have made the difficult decision to cancel this years collections following government guidelines and in the best interest of everyone’s safety. We have sent an email to everyone who has donated, so please check your inbox for information.

How to claim a refund of your donation

Refunds are not automated, so please fill in the short form to request the refund of your donation or let us know you would still like to donate.

Our Supporter Care team will be working through these throughout January, so please bear with us as we process each refund.

Donations are crucial in helping raise the funds to continue caring and supporting people across Lincolnshire that are living with a life-limiting or terminal illness. If you choose to still donate, you will be supporting our mission. Thank you.

A message from Chris Wheway, CEO at St Barnabas Hospice

“We are so sorry to let our kind supporters down. We have invested a huge amount of planning time and effort into the fundraising event, but we are confident that we can provide this service next year, once it is safe to do so. A huge thank you to each and every supporter who has donated, this money is so vital to support the Hospice and the care it provides to thousands of people each year.

“We had aimed to reach the donation total of £30,000 to backfill the deficit of losing the chance to hold huge fundraising events such as our Colour Dash, our Moonlight Walks in Lincoln and Stamford as well as our shops closures in 2020.

“The pandemic has once again cancelled a vital fundraising event. We are now seeking alternative ways to raise the crucial funds we need throughout 2021.”

How will your donation help the Hospice?

Donations are crucial to the success of this event. All donations will go towards the care and support of over 10,500 people in Lincolnshire.

Support for the scheme this year was strong, with more than 900 sign-ups and many companies volunteering. We want to say a BIG thank you to everyone who offered to support Treecycle through this difficult time.

A special thanks goes to Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Lincolnshire Coop, Gelder Group, Travis Perkins, Daniel Charles Construction, Delta-Simons, Lincolnshire Showground, Ignite Stoves and Fireplaces, Continental Landscapes, Hilltop Tree Service, Simpson Arboriculture, Manor Farm Tree Services, KWR Plant Hire, Bytham Trees, Taylor Tree Services, Woodcraft Tree Services, TJS Tree Services, Arborez, Doddington Hall & Gardens, Gary Rook, KW Timmins & Sons, Down to Earth, Jane & John Kania, Lincolnshire Eco Arborists, Waterside Shopping and Fillingham Trees.

 

How to dispose of your Christmas Tree

Alternative options for collection and disposal include local council’s tree collections and scheduled green bin collections. Local refuse centres are also still open to dispose of trees.

Our Tree-cycle service will be back on 8th January 2022!