Brimscombe & Thrupp Parish Council

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Latest News

Road Closure - Brimscombe Hill

Brimscombe Hill is going to be closed to through traffic from Monday 1st June for 3 weeks. This is to repair the road where some of the support was washed away, and where there have been traffic lights for many months. Please be aware, especially as some children will be returning to school on that day.

Posted: Fri, 29 May 2020 11:29 by Tim

Bulky waste collections are back

Stroud District Council's bulky waste collection service has re-started after a temporary pause at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The bulky waste collection is a paid-for service for items that are too large for the normal household waste collection. It costs £25 to have up to three items collected from your home. More »

"It is likely that demand for the bulky waste service will be high, so please expect to wait for a collection slot, and please help the crews by placing your items as close to your boundary as possible," said Cllr Simon Pickering, chair of Stroud District Council's Environment Committee.
"Also, please consider whether your items are suitable for re-use. If you have furniture that could be collected and re-sold by a charity such as the Furniture Bank, please hold on to them until those organisations are able to take them."

Crews were diverted from the paid-for service to ensure that household waste and recycling was collected during the peak of the pandemic – the council has one of the best recycling rates in the country, and a full service has been run throughout.

"The crews have worked incredibly hard to ensure the weekly waste and recycling continued running, and I'm proud to say we achieved that," said
Brendan Cleere, Stroud District Council's Strategic Director of Place.

"It was important to concentrate our resources on keeping essential services running, but we are now able to introduce more services."

As part of the phased re-opening of the county's Household Recycling Centres (HRCs), planning for the safe operation of the site at Pyke Quarry, Horsley is underway with the aim of re-opening the site by the end of May.

To book a bulky waste collection please see » Less

Posted: Tue, 26 May 2020 07:19 by Tim

Pyke Quarry and Oak Quarry Household Recycling Centres to re-open

Pyke Quarry (Horlsey) and Oak Quarry (Coleford) Household Recycling Centres to re-open for pre-booked visits only.

Click Here for Booking System

Posted: Tue, 26 May 2020 07:12 by Tim

BRIMSCOMBE PORT: Please access the link below for more information on the redevelopment of the Port.