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As you know, your garden waste brown bin is normally collected on a Monday. However we are unable to collect on bank holidays. Over the Easter and May bank holidays your brown bin will be collected on the Saturday following the bank holiday. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Revised brown bin collection schedule

Scheduled day Revised Day
Monday 6 May Saturday 11 May
Monday 27 May Saturday 1 June

If in doubt, you can find a schedule for all waste collections in Haddenham here

For further information on recycling and waste please visit our website or call our help line.

Happy gardening!

Recycling and Waste Team

Tel 01296 585510
Website

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