They’ve introduced a number of rules to keep everyone safe.
🖊 everyone must sign in at the door! 🧼 everyone must then sanitise their hands. ⬆️ there is a one way system in place. 💰 orders and money will be taken at one end of the bar. 🍻 drinks will be put on the opposite end of the bar for you to collect. ❗️we encourage you to maintain social distancing.
❌ no sitting at the bar, stools have been removed. 📺 Perspex screens have been installed across the whole of the bar. 🤚 bring your own hand sanitiser if you have it and wash your hands regularly. 🧽 tables and handles will be cleaned regularly. 👮♂️ be respectful to the bar staff. What the bar staff says …. happens!
For those of you on Facebook more details can be found here
Changes to blue and black bin collection days and times
and black bin days and times in West Suffolk will shortly be changing and a
yellow tag on black bins will alert residents to look out for a letter
containing full details of what this means for them. Roll-out of the new days
and times will begin on Monday 11 November, but before then households will
have been posted their new blue and black bin collection day letter together
with a calendar to help manage the transition. Full details will also be
available to look up, nearer the time, on the council website www.westsuffolk.gov.uk/bincollections
for waste services has grown since rounds were last reviewed in 2010 and the
changes coming up will help create capacity, save waste miles and make the
service more efficient. Garden Waste Collection Service subscribers will not
see a change in their brown bin collection this year and we thank all residents
for their help in making sure bins are out by 6.30am.