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Supporting Maggie’s Cancer Charity This Christmas

We offer real Scottish grown Christmas trees in Edinburgh from the old Jenners Depository on Balgreen road in Edinburgh. We have free parking and easy access so that you can come down and choose your perfect real Scottish grown Christmas trees! We have over 50 trees on display each year, the largest number of real Christmas trees on open display in Edinburgh!

Maggie’s Cancer Charity Edinburgh

In 2016, we were delighted Maggie’s Edinburgh agreed to partner with us. They provide valuable care for anyone who has been affected by cancer with a pioneering model of practical, emotional and social support. Since then, we have raised over £12,000 for Maggie’s Edinburgh allowing us to cover all the costs of the centre at the Western General Hospital for a day every year by simply donating £5 for each tree we sell.

Who they are & What they do

Maggie’s are a charity group who provide free cancer support and information in centres based all over the country and online! They have support specialists, psychologist and advisors on hand to help you or someone you care about who’s coping with cancer with anything you may need.

Maggie’s at Christmas

At Christmas, we all want to be around the people we love, when cancer hits a family it can mean a lot of time spent apart or spent grieving, this is why all Maggie’s ask for is us to take a minute and see what we can do to help. You can help by fundraising events, at home or even get your company involved!

Buying your Christmas tree from us will not only benefit many people and their families, but it will also look lovely in your home, filling it with fresh pine scents, giving your own family somewhere to gather round, decorate together and get your Christmas season kickstarted!

 

You can find out more about supporting Maggies on their website: Maggies Edinburgh

You can find out more about how we support Maggies Cancer Charity Here




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