Prince Philip - Duke of Edinburgh

1921 - 2021

It is with deep sadness that the Council and residents have learned of the death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.

The death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Rubbish collections

Find your collection days

We collect rubbish:

  • twice a week
  • as normal on most bank holidays - check road signs and local advertising for any special arrangements

Search for your collection days by street name.

It's an offence to put your domestic waste out other than on the scheduled days of collection. You could face a Fixed Penalty Notice of £150 or £400, depending on the amount you've left out. You also run the risk of facing court action.


Where to leave your rubbish

Please leave out your rubbish and recycling before 7am on your day of collection (not the night before):

  • in your waste storage area if your property has one
  • or on the pavement as near the kerb as possible and without causing obstruction


Useful tips

Help us to keep our rubbish and recycling service effective by:

  • carefully wrapping glass in newspaper
  • remembering your collection days
  • packaging your waste securely in a strong plastic bag or dustbin
  • marking dustbins and loose lids with your house or flat numbers
  • flattening cardboard boxes
  • putting your waste out before 7am on your day of collection (not the night before)


What we collect

We only collect usual household waste. Find out what we do and don't collect.

If you have large items such as fridges and freezers to throw out, use our Too Big for the Bin service.


What if my rubbish isn't collected?

If we haven't collected your rubbish by 3pm please contact us and we will arrange for it to be collected within 24 hours.

If you want to make a complaint complete the fault reporting form.


Bank holiday collections

We collect rubbish on bank holidays apart from:

  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day
  • New Year's Day
  • Good Friday
  • Summer bank holiday


Other types of waste


Other collections