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Opening times and bank holidays

Recycling centres - Coronavirus update

Please see our overview page for more information about temporary restrictions

Spring and summer bank holidays

All fourteen household waste recycling centres are open 9am - 5pm on all spring and summer bank holidays..

Easter holidays

All fourteen household waste recycling centres will be open 9am - 5pm on:

  • Good Friday
  • Easter Sunday

Christmas 

All fourteen household waste recycling centres will be closed on:

  • Christmas day
  • Boxing day 
  • New year’s day

If the centre is normally due to open, it will close at 3pm on:

  • Christmas Eve
  • New Years Eve

All sites will be open 9am to 5pm Bank Holiday Monday 28 December 2020.

Normal opening times

Opening times for each household waste recycling centre differ, so please locate  your nearest centre to view the details.

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