Following the announcement by the Prime Minister on the evening of Monday 23 March that everyone should stay at home to save lives, we have closed all household waste recycling centres with immediate effect.
Recycling centres will not open from Tuesday 24 March onwards, for an indefinite period.
Visiting recycling centres is not included in the reasons for leaving home.
All households should make full use of their kerbside waste collection service, which your local council is making every effort to keep operational for your recycling, green and food waste and general waste.
Warwickshire waste transfer stations Warwickshire waste transfer stations will continue to operate for district and borough councils and for trade waste.
Commercial, charged for, waste can still be brought to:
For kerbside collection information please go to the kink below.
Warwickshire County Council has set up a central Covid-19 community support information directory that all district and boroughs are linked into.
We are asking all community groups out there, existing and new ones, to put their details on the directory. This will be a valuable source of information for residents and reassure them that groups are legitimate.
Click on the link and you’ll find a further link to the form to complete.
The link below will also take you to the latest information
All the doctors' surgeries in Leamington, Whitnash, Warwick Gates and Bishops Tachbrook are now working together on various aspects of care in the community.
In order to support the community they have just set up a Facebook page, run by a Doctor from Waterside Medical Centre, called Leamington Spa Primary Care Network which you can access via this link
Here you will get up-to-date and accurate medical information for all to see, including Covid19.
There is also a video in which Dr Ollie Lawton announces that they have set up a COVID19 assessment hub, currently located at Crown Way Clinic Lillington, which went live yesterday.
30 or more local GPs joined together on the weekend to create a safe environment for us to be able to assess you and your family.
Yesterday via social media Aubrey Allen food hall offers support to the more vulnerable during these challenging times and they have asked if there are any chefs or food service professionals that can offer their support to please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Additionally there is a helpful video which you may like to have a look at twitter.com/i/status/1242845653266563072
Normally we don't support or promote individual business however the work being done by Aubrey Allen to support the local community and in particular local charities and the vital NHS staff to maintain a balanced diet warrants inclusions on this occasion.
Finally if there are any restaurants or veg suppliers out there with surplus stock rather than going to waste why not talk with Russ Allen to see if it can be to benefit the community.
All blogs are written or edited by Cllr Pam Redford & Cllr Trevor Wright