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Civic amenities and bin collection arrangements during public holidays

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The July public holidays will have an effect on some of the Borough’s dates and timings for refuse collections and recycling centres. Residents are reminded that Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Civic Amenity Sites opening times and refuse collection schedules will be as follows during the forthcoming public holidays.

In the Ballymoney area; bins scheduled for collection on Monday 13th July will be collected on Saturday 11th July. Civic Amenity Sites at Knock Road will be closed on Sunday 12th and Monday 13th July and Crosstagherty will be closed on Monday 13th July.

In the Coleraine area; bins scheduled for collection on Monday 13th July will be collected on Saturday 11th July. Civic Amenity Sites will operate with normal opening hours.
In the Limavady area; bins scheduled for collection on Monday 13th July will be collected on Friday 10th July. The Civic Amenity Sites in Limavady and Dungiven will be closed on Monday 13th July.
In the Moyle area; bins scheduled for collection on Monday 13th July will be collected on Saturday 11th July. The Civic Amenity Site at Carneatly will operate with normal opening hours.
For further information telephone the Environmental Services on 028 7034 7034 or visit www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk.

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