by Craig Martin on 29 May, 2020
A big thank you to the bin crew- that’s the message being displayed on County Durham bin wagons as people continue to support one another.
County Durham bin crews are showcasing some of the thanks they have received for their work during the pandemic, as letters and drawings from residents have been blown up and added to the side of three wagons.
The Durham County Council workers have been inundated with letters of appreciation as they continue to carry out collections during the coronavirus outbreak.
These have been met with delight from the crews and displaying them is a way of showing how much these correspondences continue to lift spirits.
Durham County Council rubbish and recycling collections remain as normal. Residents should put bins out for collection at 7am on the collection day. Visit www.durham.gov.uk/article/22999/Bin-collections-garden-waste-and-tips for up to date information on bin collections and garden waste.Leave a comment