Thriving in Isolation #2

TCDC Providing Excellent Lockdown Updates

Our local council has been proactive with video messages from the mayor, Sandra Goudie, lists of changes to local services, how the Level 4 lockdown affects our area and ways to support local businesses.

By signing up to the council email newsletter you get the latest news directly to your inbox. Click here to go to the TCDC page to sign up.

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Changes to Rubbish Collections

DUE TO GOVERNMENT DIRECTIVES THERE ARE  MAJOR CHANGES TO COUNCIL RUBBISH COLLECTIONS TO MINIMISE HUMAN CONTACT AND THE SPREAD OF COVID-19.

Starting from next week, Monday 30 March, your kerbside refuse collection will need to be placed in your recycling wheelie bin and will be collected fortnightly. 

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THE FORTNIGHTLY COLLECTION WILL BE ON YOUR NORMAL RECYCLING DAY IN YOUR NORMAL RECYCLING WEEK.

 **FOR OPOUTERE THIS WILL START ON OUR NORMAL “WEEK 1” CYCLE, MEANING OUR BINS WILL BE EMPTIED EVERY FORTNIGHT STARTING MONDAY APRIL 6.   TCDC  has stated we will not get a collection on Monday March 30.

  • ALL household rubbish goes into a blue bag as normal (don’t worry if you run out, any tied bag is ok) but this goes IN the wheelie bin.
  • Recycling goes into a separate plastic bag (any bag is ok) and this also goes IN the wheelie bin.
  • Transfer stations and compactors are still operating
  • Check out the council’s dedicated page for changes to kerbside collections where there is a great deal of useful information.

 

Water delivery available

In addition to the offer of firewood for anyone who is in need Jo Adams is also able to arrange for water to be delivered if your tanks are running low.

Please call Jo on 0274 493 034. (Thanks Jo, this is amazing).

Community Support

As the weeks go by we will all need some help, please don’t hesitate to leave a message HERE. This is totally confidential and someone will get in touch within the day to chat about what you need.

Keep an eye on neighbours, and take care of yourself and your family.

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