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All waste and recycling services are currently operating as normal. However, If and when a reduction in the workforce means all waste services cannot be provided, black bin and clinical waste collections will be prioritised. The best place to find … Continue reading
Do you have any unwanted books, prizes, gifts or bric-a-brac that you think might be suitable for the Crosspool Summer Fayre tombola, or one of our other stalls? We also require some large terracotta planters, or similar, to plant up for … Continue reading
This Sunday 5th January, thanks to volunteers from the Crosspool Forum, who will be outside “Direct Travel” between 10-11.30am, the residents of Crosspool will have the opportunity to recycle their Christmas tree. If you would like to give a contribution, … Continue reading
Waste and recycling collection dates over the Christmas Period Before you put your black, blue and brown bins out over Christmas, check what day Veolia will be coming to empty them – as it might be different over the festive … Continue reading
The odd shower didn’t deter the twenty-five volunteer Crosspool community litter pickers, including a team from our local Spar, from recovering eighteen full bags of litter from our local streets. Taking centre stage this month, the hero of the day … Continue reading
As part of their work as a “Rights Respecting School”, each year they launch a campaign to raise awareness about one particular issue. In 2017 they campaigned to make the crossing outside their school safer and in 2018 they took … Continue reading