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Changes to Easter bin collections planned in Harrow

With Easter just around the corner, Harrow residents should be aware of changes to their bin collections over the holiday period.

Easter Sunday will fall on March 31 this year, more than a week earlier than in 2023. The Easter bank holidays, scheduled on Good Friday, March 29 and Easter Monday, April 1, will mean changes to bin collections throughout the boroughs.

The council have advised residents to check their bin collection days to ensure their rubbish gets taken away. Listed below are the changes to the bin collection schedule made this Easter.

Harrow Council has confirmed that there will be no bin collections of any kind on Good Friday (March 29) or Easter Monday (April 1). Residents have been advised to leave their bins out the day after their typical collection day.

For those collections scheduled on Friday (March 29), households should put the bins out on Saturday (March 30) and so on. Therefore, if your collection date is Monday (April 1) bins should be left out on Tuesday (April 2), if Tuesday (April 2) then leave out for Wednesday (April 3), Wednesday’s (April 3) on Thursday (April 4), Thursday’s (April 4) on Friday (April 5), and Friday (April 5) on Saturday (April 6).

Residents can enter their postcode on the council website to find out exactly when the bins for their road will be collected.