More snow falling on the coast
FELIXSTOWE was enjoying fresh snow falls this afternoon.After a morning of mainly blue skies, clouds again swept in from the east bringing another heavy fall - though it was not laying on paths and roads.
FELIXSTOWE was enjoying fresh snow falls this afternoon.
After a morning of mainly blue skies, clouds again swept in from the east bringing another heavy fall - though it was not laying on paths and roads.
The A14 was still clear and all traffic was running in and out of the port without problems.
Suffolk Coastal council's refuse collections though were hit after officials decided it was too hazardous for the trucks to run.
All collections in towns and villages throughout the district were abandoned.
People who were expecting collections today should put out their bins tomorrow , as should households who would normally have their waste collected on Monday .
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However, brown bins will not be emptied with crews focussing on the grey-lid household bin and blue-lid recycling bins in order to catch up. People should put out the bin they were due to have collected.