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Fosse Cross Recycling Centre - New Opening Hours

New all-year-round opening hours at Gloucestershire County Council’s Fosse Cross Household Recycling Centre will be introduced from the end of March.

All five Gloucestershire County Council recycling centres, including the Fosse Cross facility just off the A429 near Calmsden, will change their opening hours to 9am-6.15pm seven days a week from Sunday March 28th.

According to GCC, the new hours will improve customer service at the site, as staff will be on-hand at regular times and will provide consistent, easy-to-remember opening hours throughout the year, instead of the current practice of varying open times depending on the season.

Please remember that appointments are still needed to bring vans, large trailers and pick-up vehicles to any of the GCC recycling centres across the county.

To make an appointment please phone 0845 602 9344 from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday, making sure you give 24 hours notice.

You cannot make appointments by phoning Cotswold District Council.

Posted : 09/02/2010 13:39:22

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