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Lower House Farm, Baddesley Ensor

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Please see Warwickshire's website for information on temporary restrictions

Lower House Lane
Baddesley Ensor
Atherstone
CV9 2QA

Waste Management: 01926 412593

 

Opening hours

Opening hours are available on Warwickshire County Council's web site.

Access and facilities are available on Warwickshire County Council's web site.

Additional information

The jointly financed facility will handle approximately 10,000 tonnes of household waste each year, helping to improve recycling rates across Staffordshire and Warwickshire.  The centre will serve the boroughs of North Warwickshire, Tamworth, and Nuneaton and Bedworth.

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