North Norfolk bin collections back to normal after big freeze

Waste collections are set to return to normal in north Norfolk.

Waste collections are set to return to normal in north Norfolk. - Credit: Archant

After two weeks of disruption, waste, recycling and garden rubbish collections are expected to return to normal from today in north Norfolk.

Homes that did not have their recycling bins emptied during the week commencing January 14 can leave any additional recyclables next to the green recycling bin in a clear plastic bag or cardboard box.

A spokesman for North Norfolk District Council, which sub-contracts the collections to Kier, said: 'We will also be collecting a reasonable amount of garden waste left in sacks beside the brown bins.'

NNDC has arranged a number of community collection points for residents to collect clear sacks in which they can leave their extra recyclables. Residents can collect up to four clear sacks from:

NNDC Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN.

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North Norfolk Information Centre, Meadow Road, Cromer, NR27 9EE.

Holt Town Council Offices, Kerridge Way, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6DN. (Open 10-12 Monday-Friday).

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Wells-next-the-Sea Post Office, Station Road, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 1AA.

Sheringham Town Council, Town Hall, Church Street, NR26 8QS. (Open Mon, Wed & Fri 9-12).

Fakenham Connect, Oak Street, Fakenham, NR21 9DY.

The Village Store Weybourne, 2 Beach Lane, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7AH.

Blakeney Parish Council, Langham Road, Blakeney, NR25 7PG. (Open Tuesday and Thursday 9am-11am).

Great Ryburgh Village Shop, Station Road, Great Ryburgh, NR21 0TG.

High Kelling Stores, Cromer Road, High Kelling, Norfolk, NR25 6AJ.

The spokesman added: 'We would like to thank all our customers for their patience over the last fortnight and apologise for any inconvenience caused because of collection delays.'

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