Important information about your waste and recycling collections
The Borough is moving to a temporary four weekly recycling box collection (paper, cardboard, tins, glass). All other waste collections remain unchanged.
As waste recycling was not collected this week, put it out again on August 4th. You can leave recycling in any suitable container.
These changes don't affect black wheelie bin, blue bag, plastic recycling, food waste, garden waste or clinical waste collections.
High Street - SBC Survey work - starts Monday 26th July
Please see letter of notification from SBC confirming they will be undertaking a number of surveys along High Street, which will provide information for the detailed designs for the proposal Traffic Calming Scheme. For your information.
With more freedom comes more responsibility. While the legal COVID-19 restrictions were lifted across the country this week, it's important to remember that the pandemic is not over.
Capacity limits have been lifted for large events including festivals and concerts, as well as for weddings and funerals. There is also now no limit on the number of people you can meet indoors or outdoors.
Cases of COVID-19 are again rising at a rapid rate across the country, so it's extremely important that you continue to follow the recommended guidance to keep yourself and others safe. You should:
As our Church is now open for worship, we need a rota of people willing to help clean the church. If you feel you could offer your services please contact Gill Brown, one of our churchwardens. We welcome your help.
Tel: 01793 480959 or 07771600162
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As part of SBC Road Safety Strategy the Council is proposing a new draft policy on 20mph schemes.
A number of footpaths along The Marsh are being temporarily closed while the Southern Connector Road is being constructed: