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It's rubbish news but good to know

It's rubbish news but good to know

Published by Grace Mcgachy
6:00am 19th April 2019.

It may be rubbish news but it's good to know in North Norfolk.

There will be some changes to bin collections across the county over the Easter weekend.

Bins that would normally be collected on Good Friday (April 19) will instead be emptied on Easter Saturday (April 20).


During the week beginning Monday, April 22, all collections will take place a day later than normal.

Collections will revert to normal from Monday, April 29.

Check here to find out when your bin will be collected in West Norfolk.

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