Blog is a collection of diary entries, news, gossip and other Cotswold
Garden Waste roadshows
Residents will have the chance to find out about getting their garden waste collected at ‘roadshows’ being held in Witney.
West Oxfordshire District Council is organising sessions on the following dates to give people the opportunity to find out about the Garden Waste Scheme:
* Saturday 9th May: 10am -2pm, the Woolgate Centre, Witney
* Saturday 16th May: 10am-2pm, outside the Corn Exchange, Market Square, Witney
The Scheme costs the equivalent to just £3 per month and runs from May 2009 until the end of September 2010 (£51 in total for 17 months). This cost includes provision of a wheeled bin.
Collections are carried out fortnightly and all waste is composted locally, which reduces pressure on landfill sites and helps the environment.
To find out more, or to sign up to the scheme, visit www.westoxon.gov.uk, call 01993 861020 or email email@example.com
: 01/05/2009 15:55:43
recent Cotswolds news items
Members of a youth club are celebrating after councillors agreed a £50,000 grant to help build their new purpose-built home.
The Woodstock Youth Centre will now press ahead with its plans to const... [more]
Tourism is set for a boost from afar after a glowing report from a Middle East delegation.
A seven-strong party made up of TV representatives and social media influencers from Saudi Arabia and Duba... [more]
Cheltenham-based clothing brand Weird Fish is aiming for gold in this year’s Cheltenham in Bloom. Weird Fish’s award-winning car park garden, created by Ron Morris and Nick Harford, won gold for best... [more]
To view the