COPELAND Council has the made the following arrangements for the coming bank holiday (Friday, May 8).
Household waste, recycling and garden waste collections scheduled on Friday will be collected as normal.
Monthly garden waste collections will start today (May 4) and residents can find out when their next collection will be at www.copeland.gov.uk.
The following out-of-hours emergency numbers are available during the bank holiday:
Homelessness and domestic abuse support – 01946 427070
Dangerous structures – 01946 427121
Flooding – 01946 427171
Please be reminded that all Copeland Council offices, The Beacon Museum, and Distington Hall Crematorium offices and Chapel of Remembrance, remain closed to the public due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Council reminds residents that an emergency support service has been set up for people in Copeland at high risk of becoming seriously ill and who do not have support available from friends, family or neighbours. The telephone support line is available on 0800 783 1966, or residents can email COVID19support@cumbria.gov.uk.
It also asks residents to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07388 996202, or 01946 693321 for help with debts, everyday spending, ways to save and access to local food and hardship schemes.
Stay safe, stay home, save lives.
Copeland Borough Council
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Working to improve lives, communities and the prosperity of Copeland.