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Your refuse and recycling collections will change over Christmas
There will be no refuse or recycling collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day. All collections will be affected by the following changes:
|Normal collection date||New collection date over Christmas|
|Mon 23 Dec 2019||Sat 21 Dec 2019|
|Tue 24 Dec 2019||Mon 23 Dec 2019|
|Wed 25 Dec 2019||Tue 24 Dec 2019|
|Thurs 26 Dec 2019||Fri 27 Dec 2019|
|Fri 27 Dec 2019||Sat 28 Dec 2019|
|Mon 30 Dec 2019||No change|
|Tue 31 Dec 2019||No change|
|Wed 1 Jan 2020||Thurs 2 Jan 2020|
|Thurs 2 Jan 2020||Fri 3 Jan 2020|
|Fri 3 Jan 2020||Sat 4 Jan 2020|
Please ensure your bins, boxes and bags are presented at the edge of your property by 7am on your amended collection day.
Normal collections will resume on Monday 6th January 2020.
Recycling wrapping paper and Christmas cards
Recycle wrapping paper and Christmas cards with your cardboard. We cannot recycle foil wrapping paper, glittery wrapping paper, glittery cards, ribbons, bows and tape.
What to do with extra recycling over Christmas?
Put extra recycling in a sturdy bag or small box (please keep each material separate) and place beside your red boxes and bags. Please flatten or cut large cardboard into pieces no larger than 1m x 1m.
Christmas tree recycling
Please cut your real Christmas tree into pieces and put it in your green bin for collection throughout January 2020. Make sure all decorations, tree stands, pots and netting are removed.
If you don’t have a green bin please take your tree to Princes Drive Recycling Centre in Leamington Spa or Cherry Orchard Recycling Centre in Kenilworth.
Check your collection changes online
Warwickshire County Council seeking views on health and wellbeing in your area
A survey has been launched by Warwickshire County Council (WCC) to find out more about the health and wellbeing outcomes, and factors affecting them, for residents of this area. The survey is available here.
Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and public sector partners recognise that the needs of different communities throughout the county will vary depending on issues such as the population age, infrastructure, community safety, jobs, housing and many more.
The survey forms part of a larger project to gain more insight into life in Warwickshire’s communities called the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (“JSNA”). Together with other data the survey results will feed into a local needs assessment, which will lead to recommendations for improving local health and wellbeing.
All of this information will be available to WCC and its partners when commissioning new services or reviewing existing ones. The information will also be available to local voluntary and community groups, to support funding applications for example.
Please take the opportunity to complete the survey and help to inform this important piece of work.
If you would like a copy of the survey in a different format please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.