Monday, 2 January 2017
People are being urged to recycle Christmas cards and wrapping paper to help plant trees across the UK.
A scheme run by the Woodland Trust saw 600 million cards recycled in recent years and stores including Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's have set up similar projects.
Recycling boxes will be in stores throughout January (from today), with a tree to be planted for every 1 000 cards recycled.
The M&S stores in Murraygate and at the Gallagher Retail Park are participating and you can read more about the scheme here.