Use for unwanted Christmas cards

PUBLISHED: 18:00 10 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

REDUNDANT Christmas cards could be transformed into trees as part of a mission to recycle festive waste across North Somerset.

REDUNDANT Christmas cards could be transformed into trees as part of a mission to recycle festive waste across North Somerset.

Environmental charity The Woodland Trust has set up the recycling scheme in the district and is hoping for support from residents.

As part of the project the organisation has vowed to plant trees with the money it makes through recycling unwanted Christmas cards.

They can be dropped into boxes in main WHSmith, TK Maxx and Marks and Spencer stores across North Somerset.


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