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Charnwood Borough Council have released the following:
Garden waste collections over the Christmas period
Dear garden waste service customers,
We are writing to remind you that there will be no garden waste collections for two weeks over the Christmas period, which are the weeks commencing Monday December 21 and Monday December 28. This means that there will be no garden waste collection on Monday December 21. More »
The service will recommence from Monday January 4, 2021.
Charnwood Borough Council and our waste partners Serco would like to thank our residents for their support throughout 2020. We wish you a safe festive period and a happy new year.
For a full list of waste collection changes over the Christmas period, please visit www.charnwood.gov.uk/christmas_waste_collection [lnks.gd]. » Less
Posted: Thu, 26 Nov 2020 11:10 by Martin Clayton
You may have noticed some work being undertaken on the A6 in the last couple of weeks.
This was Leicestershire County Council & Severn Trent, who have installed a new cattle grid to try and provide a run-off for flooding.
This was really positive to see and a good first step in the right direction - we look forward to seeing if it works and keeps the A6 clear!
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 19:34 by Martin Clayton
A £43,000 bid has been submitted to the Forestry Commission to fund the creation of a 15-acre community woodland in Hathern.
We've been working with Charnwood Borough Council, and in particular our Borough Councillors, Keith Harris & Emma Ward, on the project which could see around 15,000 trees planted on the council-owned land near Golden Square.
Local residents will be able to get involved by helping with the planning and creation of the woodland and the project could provide a range of benefits through outdoor activities including footpaths and nature trails. More »
Posted: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 15:37 by Martin Clayton