Recycling facilities in Wickhambrook

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Recycling Facilities

The Parish Council is keen to promote recycling within the village and the provision of bottle banks and a paper bank have been made available and are located on the Memorial Social Centre car park.

Changes to the bin days is notified to all households by individual leaflets by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

MSC Location : CB8 8XR

Wickhambrook News and Events

Adobe pdf document Devolution Notes from County Cllr Mary Evans



World's Biggest Coffee Morning
Thank You

I would like to send a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who attended and so generously supported our 26th annual Coffee Morning recently. The event was part of Macmillan Cancer World's Biggest Coffee Morning and was a wonderful morning, with over 160 people attending.

The total raised so far for Macmillan is £1158.
A brilliant effort for our small village!!!

Special thanks to my team of helpers without whom the morning would not be possible, Karen Horne, Deidre Smith, Jean and Stephen Coe, Dorothy Dunnet, Jill Scott and Lorraine Brown. Not forgetting my brilliant husband Dave and Belinda Lee from Chocoholics.

With grateful thanks for all the donations of money, cakes and the interesting variety of 58 raffle prizes and to the W.I. for the free use of their hall for the morning.
Everyone was so very generous as always. Thank you!!!

There will be a final total in December after Chocoholics orders are completed.

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Val Orange.



W.I. Tea Party W.I. Tea Party

The next W.I. Tea Party will be on the 13th of October 2017 . All Welcome.  Come and join us from 2pm till 4pm for Tea, Coffee and Cake £1.50.  All profits to a local charity or group and for our Denman Bursary.



Tuesday 17th October
On Tuesday 17th October at 7.30pm in the WI Hall when Dr Nick Amor will talk on 'The Suffolk Clothier in the time of Henry VII.'. All welcome. Look out for posters or check the village website.



Wickhambrook Horticultural Society

Monday 23rd October
The next Horticultural Society meeting will be on Monday 23rd October at 7.30pm in the WI Hall, The Amazing Hidden History of Apples and Orchards talk and apple identification by Joanna Crosby (Apple Expert, Trumpington Community Orchard Project Co-Founder).  Tea and Coffee refreshments.



W.I. Quiz Night

W.I. Quiz
Saturday 28th October

To enter a team or for more details please contact Hilary Bradfield 01440 821713.



W.I. Wickhambrook

14th November 2017

The next W.I. meeting is Astronomy for Beginners with Richard Young. Our meetings are held at 7.30pm in the WI Hall and all ladies from the village and district will be made very welcome. Just turn up at the WI Hall if you would like to join in. Information is always available from Hilary (01440 821713) or Veronica (01440 820791) for all our activities.



W.I. Christmas Fayre

W.I. Xmas Fair
Saturday 18th November 2017

From 2pm at the W.I. Hall. Get your Xmas gifts, Hamper Raffle, Home Baking Stall. Refreshments will be available. Free admission and all are very welcome.



Falls Prevention Exercise
Every Tuesday

Seated and standing strength and balance exercises to maintain and prolong independence. This new class aims to increase mobility, flexibility, muscle strength and improve balance, with the opportunity after for refreshment and a chance to socialise with other members of the class.  10.30am to 11.20am at Wickhambrook Pavillion.  Pay as you go, £4.00 a class.  See poster for more information



HELP FIND RUDY

Help find Rudy

Rudy is a 12 year old german shepherd mix that went missing from Braintree back in February. He was spotted in the Wickhambrook and it would really help to make people aware of him and hopefully reunite him with his family?

» Please see the full poster here with additional information


Right Driver

for more details visit www.rightdriver.co.uk

Photo of the Month - October

Glass and Paper Banks

We have two glass recycling points and one for paper and magazines which are located at the MSC car park.  The funds received from the recycling facilities are given to the Memorial Social Centre by the Parish Council.

Black Bin - collection alternate Tuesdays

You may put the following in your black bin:-

Cooked food/egg shells
Meat, fish and bones
Cooking oil or fat
Disposable nappies
Waxed packaging (eg juice cartons)
Polystyrene including food trays
Porcelain and all ceramics
Vacuum cleaner contents
Cosmetics
Pet waste
Aerosols

NO GREEN WASTE

Blue Bin - collection alternate Tuesdays

Newspapers and magazines
Paper and envelopes
Cardboard Brochures/junk mail
All types of plastic bottles including drink bottles and detergents
All plastic packaging including margarine tubs, yoghurt pots and food trays
Plastic bags
Food packaging - cereal boxes without inner bag, plastic trays
Drink cans and food tins
Tin foil

NO GLASS / POLYSTYRENE / MEAT TRAYS / AEROSOLS

Batteries (not car batteries) are collected in a separate bag (provided) which is put out with the blue bin.

TEXTILE RECYCLING

Find out about textile recycling here

Brown Bin - collected same day as the blue bin

Cardboard (plain without printing on - can also go in the blue bin)
Fruit
Vegetable peelings and salad
Tea bags and coffee grounds
Ash
Grass cuttings and hedge prunings
Leaves and bark
Plants and dead flowers
Straw, sawdust and untreated wood
All other organic waste

NO COOKED FOOD, MEAT FISH OR BONES

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