We are sorry we could not empty your bin(s) today/yesterday due to icy and slipery conditions. The forecast is much better for tomorrow (Wednesday) and we hope that our crews will be able to start collecting bins again.
If your bin was missed, please leave it out for the time being and we'll do our best to empty it later this week.
We'll assess the weather conditions first thing tomorrow (Wednesday morning) and update this page to let you know whether we are starting to empty bins again.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
The waste & recycling team.
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Lichfield District Council is backing the Food Standards Agency's campaign to make sure Christmas cooks serve up turkeys that are safe to eat.
Lichfield District Council's parks team held an event on Wednesday 6 December to thank park volunteers for all their hard work over 2017.
On Tuesday 5 December, Lichfield District Council's Cabinet agreed that the management of two of its leisure centres will be outsourced to Freedom Leisure 1 February 2018.
More than 200 people from the business community attended this year's Tamworth and Lichfield Business Show, which took place at Drayton Manor Park on 22 November.
Fill your Christmas stocking with festive goodies and join in seasonal activities for free across Lichfield city centre this yuletide.
The water levels of Minster Pool and Stowe Pool are set to be lowered on Monday 4 December as part of a trial, ahead of works to remove a build-up of leaves and silt at Minster Pool.
An exciting opportunity for fishing clubs to apply to gain sole rights to fish at a stunning beauty spot in the centre of Lichfield.
A tree that came down in a hurricane has been put to good use by Queen's Croft School in Lichfield.
A large pile of builder's waste blocks Gravelly Lane in Stonnall.
Funding of £92,600 will support domestic abuse victims across Lichfield and Tamworth.
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