Community Services

This section is designed to provide useful everyday information to the villagers of Norton-in-Hales

 

Refuse Collection

A new system has been introduced starting from the beginning of November 2016. Collections are carried out each Thursday and switch between general waste and recycling each week. Please refer to the Events Calendar on this site for specific dates, click here to view.

The system for separating refuse into the appropriate containers is as follows

 

GREEN WASTE BIN
Garden Waste (grass cuttings, weeds, flowers, leaves, small woody waste, prunings)
Kitchen Waste (including meat, fish, tea bags, cooked food, vegetable peelings)

 

BLUE BAG
Newspapers, magazines and cardboard


BLACK BOXES
These can be used for any of the following items with no need to separate them into different boxes
Glass bottles and jars – rinsed out,
Food and drink cans and plastic bottles – rinsed and squashed

 

GREY BIN
Whatever is left that does not belong in any of the above
More details see Shropshire CC collection information sheet.

 

What you can recycle in your home

 

 

Electricity
Powerloss Helpline 01189724803

 

Water
Water Services & Emergencies 08007834444

 

Tip

Shrewsbury New Waste Management Facility
Waymills, Whitchurch, Shropshire


9am to 5pm each day during the winter with extended hours during the summer.


Permit needed for trailer of commercial type vehicle 01743 253064


e.mail waste.management@shropshire-cc.gov.uk

 

www.shropshireonline.gov.uk/waste.nsf
Permit 01743253062

 

Local Police Contact Number
West Mercia Police phone no. 0300 333 3000 to report minor incidents and contact officers, CRIME in progress or emergency always use 999

Contact Sgt Lisa Bradbury at Market Drayton Police Station for current PC and CSO names. There is also a Crimestoppers number 0800 555111.

 

Bus times
The local bus service to Market Drayton is now available on demand rather than according to a fixed timetable. For more information, call 01743 210336. Concessionary travel is available for many residents, typically those over 60 or with an eligible disability.

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