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Ipswich: Bin collection dates to change over Easter

PUBLISHED: 14:55 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:55 27 March 2013

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Bin collections in the town will take place a day later than normal over Easter, the borough council has announced today.

Bin collections in the town will take place a day later than normal over Easter, the borough council has announced today.

Bins that were due to be collected on Friday March 29, will now be collected on Saturday, March 30.

Then from Monday, April 1 through to Friday, April 5, all collections will take place a day later than normal.

For more details on bin collections in Ipswich, please visit www.ipswich.gov.uk


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