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UPDATE FROM BASINGSTOKE COUNCIL

Alert message sent 05/05/2020 14:01:00

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Neighbourhood Watch has received the text below from Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council. They are anxious to publish the information as widely as possible, so in the interest of everyone, NW are publishing this through the normal Alert process. Feel free to distribute if you can.

Please be aware that as this is a council message, then any comments, questions or feedback must be directed to the B & DBC and NOT TO NW. We therefore ask that you contact the council on their website or by telephone and DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE

Council message follows;


For Immediate Release
04 May 2020
PR 9696
Help share important messages to those not online
It’s more important than ever to stay connected and communicate with others during the coronavirus crisis – especially if you are seeking help or need information – and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council is offering plenty of support to help you do this.
The council is working hard to reach all residents with important messages during this challenging time through its digital channels, the local media and community publications and leaflets and posters. Residents are encouraged to share information with friends, family and neighbours and for those people who are not online, regular newsletters are being produced available at www.basingstoke.gov.uk/covid-19-information-sharing  These newsletters, which include important updates on council services and how to access help and support, can then be printed out by family members, friends or neighbours and distributed to those people who do not have access to the council’s digital information and may have missed other communications.
Residents are reminded to follow social distancing guidance at all times to make sure everybody stays safe. Remember to wash your hands before printing the paper and putting it through someone's door and make sure you wash your hands after delivering too.
For more information visit www.basingstoke.gov.uk/covid-19-information-sharing


For Immediate Release
04 May 2020
PR 9697
No changes to bin collections over bank holiday weekend
There will be no changes to waste and recycling collections in Basingstoke and Deane on Friday 8 May, despite it being a bank holiday.
As normal, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s contractor Serco will carry out bin collections on the bank holiday.
In line with the temporary fortnightly waste collection schedule introduced on Monday 20 April, residents should place the appropriate bin - either grey or green - out by 7am on Friday 8 May. Those residents who are unsure which bin is due for collection can find out on the council’s website www.basingstoke.gov.uk/bincollections  
More information about waste and recycling collections and service updates during the COVID-19 outbreak can be found on the council’s website at www.basingstoke.gov.uk/covid-19-bins-and-recycling
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Brian Adams (NHWN, Communications Administrator, Basingstoke)

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