Christmas tree recycling sites announced

Posted On 23 Dec 2010 at 12:33 pm

Christmas tree recycling sites in Brighton and Hove will open from Monday 3 January.

Last year local residents recycled a record number of Christmas trees, ensuring that they were composted rather than ending up in landfill sites.

Brighton and Hove City Council’s Christmas tree recycling sites will be open at the following locations until Monday 31 January.

A map of the sites is available at

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The sites are in the following locations


Bevendean – opposite the shops in Upper Bevendean Avenue by the recycling point

Coldean Lane – opposite Park Road

Dyke Road Avenue – Hazeldene Meads

East Brighton Park – in the car park in Wilson Avenue

Hollingbury Park – Ditchling Road, north entrance opposite Woodbourne Avenue

Ladies Mile Road – behind the clock tower at the junction with Mackie Avenue

Mackie Avenue/Plainfields Avenue – playing field opposite shops

Montpelier Crescent – opposite shops

Preston Park – next to the recycling site in Preston Drove

Queen’s Park – by the Pepper Pot at the north end

The Level – behind recycling point in Union Road

Upper Bedford Street – by Hampshire Court on the corner of Upper St James’s Street


Brunswick Square – inside the gardens at the Western Road entrance

Hove Museum – in the rear gardens in the north west corner

Hove Park – end of Orchard Road

St Ann’s Well Gardens – Nizells Avenue

Wish Park – in Wish Road in the north east corner of the park by the playground

Hangleton Park – on the left-hand side from the Lark Hill/Park Rise entrance


Easthill Park – Millcross Road entrance

Victoria Recreation Ground – in Victoria Road on the west side of the car park


Saltdean Lido – car park


Central Park – in Lockwood Crescent in the corner opposite the recycling point

Happy Valley Car Park – in Falmer Road on the left-hand side of the entrance barrier opposite Crescent Drive South.

Anyone wishing to recycle their tree before Monday 3 January can take it to the green waste section at the city’s household waste recycling centres off Wilson Avenue, Brighton, and Old Shoreham Road, Hove.

For Christmas and new year opening times visit the council’s website

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