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Drop-in sessions for ‘green and friendly advice’

Press release   •   Nov 04, 2013 15:49 GMT

Recycling, dog fouling and littering will top the agenda at special drop-in sessions across Rochdale borough over the next few weeks.

From Monday 11 November to Monday 9 December 2013, Rochdale Borough Council is running eight environmental surgeries at ten libraries in the borough.

Councillor Jacqui Beswick, Cabinet Member for place and regulations said: “Whether residents want to get recycling tips, report incidents of fly tipping or just find out more about environmental services in the borough, our staff will be there to help.”

The surgeries will give residents the opportunity to speak with council officers and pick up leaflets about a wide variety of environment issues in their neighbourhoods such as:

  • waste collections and recycling
  • grass cutting
  • dog fouling
  • fly tipping
  • tree management
  • littering
  • public rights of way
  • untidy gardens/land
  • pathway obstructions

Date                              Time                  Library
Monday 11 November   10am – 11am   Milnrow
Monday 11 November   2pm – 3pm       Norden
Monday 18 November   10am – 11am   Castleton
Monday 18 November   10am – 11am   Darnhill
Monday 25 November   10am – 11am   Central Library
Monday 25 November   10am – 11am   Middleton
Monday 2 December     10am – 11am   Heywood
Monday 9 December     10am – 11am   Littleborough

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