North Norfolk council announce Easter bin collection date changes
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A Norfolk council have announced changes to residents' bin collection schedules for the Easter weekend.
North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) have told district residents next weekend's bank holiday will mean 'minor alterations to the usual timetable'.
The revised schedule will also apply in north Norfolk to the week after Easter.
Residents will not have their bins collected this week on Friday, April 19, or Good Friday.
Rubbish will instead be taken away on Saturday, April 20, or Easter Saturday.
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During the week beginning Monday, April 22, or Easter Monday, all bin collections in the district will take place a day later than normal.
And bin collections will return to the normal schedule from Monday, April 29.
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