By Audlem Webteam - 7th January 2012 7:02am
With the 12th Day of Christmas, trees and decorations will have been coming down, or maybe you gave in earlier.
A reminder that Christmas trees are collected and disposed of responsibly by the Scout & Guide team to raise funds each year. The collection is today.
Suzanne Baxter of the Scout & Guide Hall says: "If you would like your tree to be collected, all you have to do is leave the tree with a cheque for £2.50, or more if you wish, made out to Audlem Scout and Guide Hall.
"Please leave the tree at the end of your drive with the cheque tied to the tree in a polybag.
"Collections will be made today, Saturday 7th January, from 10.00am. In the unlikely event we miss you please telephone 07966 504099 or 07788 726634."
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