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We have received the following message from Cheshire East

#Thursday's (i.e. yesterday's) collection
Residents who have put their bins out for emptying on Thursday are asked to take them back to their property whether or not they have been emptied as high winds in the area are causing waste to blown about.

#New Year Collections
We would like to remind residents of their New Year collection times. If you are due to have your recycled waste (grey/silver bins) collected on Monday, January 2, this will instead be collected on Wednesday, January 4.

If your non-recyclable (black bin) waste is due to be collected on Monday, January 2, this will instead be collected on Tuesday, January 3. All other collections remain as normal.

The Council apologises for any inconvenience.

 

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