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Flooding and Council Services

Released by West Oxfordshire District Council:

Due to flooding and resulting disruption across the District the Council has not been able to operate any refuse, bulky waste, recycling and pest control services on Monday 23rd July. This has allowed key staff and support to concentrate on communities and villages within West Oxfordshire who have been affected by the recent floods. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Refuse and recycling collections will continue as normal from today, Tuesday 24th July and for the rest of the week. Those areas that are still inaccessible due to flooding will have their collections reviewed and information will be posted on this site in due course. The disrupted collections from Monday 23rd July will be collected in a double collection next Monday, 30th July.

Posted : 24/07/2007 11:00:24

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