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Important update on Rushcliffe Bank Holiday bin collections

New bin collection dates are in place for parts of Rushcliffe following the Bank Holiday announced for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral on Monday September 19. 

 

All residents who were due to have their grey or blue bins collected on Monday September 19 will now have their bins collected two days earlier on Saturday September 17 from 7am.

 

Green bin collections in Keyworth, East Leake, Bingham, Aslockton, Saxondale, Owthorpe and Greenacres mobile home park are also operating to a revised schedule below.

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LocationUsual green bin collection dayRevised green bin collection day
KeyworthMonday September 19Tuesday September 20 from 7am
East LeakeMonday September 19Wednesday September 21 from 7am
BinghamMonday September 19Thursday September 22 from 7am
AslocktonMonday September 19Thursday September 22 from 7am
SaxondaleMonday September 19Friday September 23 from 7am
OwthorpeMonday September 19Friday September 23 from 7am
Greenacres mobile home parkMonday September 19Friday September 23 from 7am

 

The updated schedule follows the national Bank Holiday announced for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral and marks the last day of the period of national mourning.

 

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Environment and Safety Cllr Rob Inglis said:

“We’ve changed our bin collection dates on the Bank Holiday Monday for the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and our waste teams are working hard to ensure there are arrangements in place for all bins to be collected on alternative days.

 

“We understand residents in Rushcliffe who usually have their bins collected on Monday will be affected by our revised bin collection and thank residents for ensuring their grey, blue or green bin is put out on their new date. 

 

“For any questions please email customerservices@rushcliffe.gov.uk

 

The bin collection times for affected residents will return to normal the following week.

 

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