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Christmas Trees Recycled Free Of Charge At Tipperary Civic Amenity Sites.

Those who remove their Christmas tree before January 6th, should be reminded of the old Irish rural pisheóg* which warns of imminent bad luck, if the 12 days of Christmas are not fully observed and celebrated.
*Pisheóg – meaning witchcraft; fairy tale or aphorism, believed by many as being simply daft superstition.

So, daft superstition I hear you say! Still maybe it is better to be safe than sorry later, so observe December 6th (St. Nicholas Day), before dismantling those Christmas decorations.

Christmas trees are now being accepted free of charge at several recycling centres and civic amenity sites across Co. Tipperary.
Those intending to avail of this facility are being advised to please check the opening hours of your local drop-off point, before taking your tree to be recycled.

Recycling Centre Addresses:

Parnell Street Car Park, Thurles. (Open 24/7)
Donohill Recycling Centre, Donohill
Cashel Civic Amenity Site, Cashel.
Fair Green, Carrick-on-Suir
Nenagh Recycling Centre, Nenagh.
Roscrea Recycling Centre, Roscrea
Templemore Town Park, Templemore.

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