A super and relaxing Christmas & I hope all residents had a lovely Christmas too!
The main issue raised by residents over the past few days has, unsurprisingly, been winter maintenance and I am continuing to raise with the City Council on all issues raised. One specific issue that I agree with residents does need addressing is the lack of gritting at many bus stops, making it difficult for elderly folk in particular to get on and off buses. I have raised this with the City Engineer and the Head of Transportation.
I was speaking with the Courier this afternoon (on an unrelated matter) and was advised that theDundee man who died just before Christmas after falling on the station concourse at Edinburgh’s Waverley Station has just been named as James Clark of Rosefield Street in the West End. Our thoughts must be with Mr Clark’s family at this very sad time.
It’s easy and convenient too – you buy your tree online atwww.caringchristmastrees.com or by phone on 0845 111 8733. Just choose the local collection point that’s most convenient for you, pick a date to collect it, and tell us what size you want – we have trees from 4ft to 8ft tall. As payment is by credit or debit card when you order, all you have to do when you go to the collection point is pick up your tree. That’s all there is to it.
Do you want to give something back this Christmas? We need volunteers for as little as 2 hours to help out on various collection dates to make Caring Christmas Trees a success – see website for details.
All our trees are Fraser firs, grown in sustainably managed forests in Scotland, and as they’re harvested later than many other Christmas trees, they’ll be of the highest, freshest quality when purchased.
Trees can be purchased via the website or dedicated phone line until December 14th so why not buy a tree now, and help a life this Christmas?www.caringchristmastrees.com or 0845 111 8733.