We’re giving you the chance to dispose of your old Christmas cards for charity this month (January, 2016).
We’ll recycle diners’ festive cards for free from now until January 31 in aid of the Woodland Trust.
Marks and Spencer runs the Christmas Card Recycling Scheme and we’re providing a rural drop off point during restaurant opening hours for those that can’t make it into Taunton to the nearest store. All the cards we collect will be passed on to the company to recycle as part of its scheme.
We like to do our bit for the environment here and we’re really pleased to be supporting the Woodland Trust by getting involved with the initiative.
For every 1,000 Christmas cards collected for recycling, Marks and Spencer has pledged to plant one tree with the Woodland Trust. This year the Trust hopes to collect more than 10 million cards, which equates to the planting of 10,000 trees.
The Woodland Trust is dedicated to protecting ancient, and creating new, woodland across the UK.
You can drop off your old cards for recycling with us during normal restaurant opening hours from today onwards.
For further details, please give us a call on 01278 662629.