Recycling disruption after bank holiday weekend
RECYCLING collection services in south Somerset experienced some disruption following the bank holiday weekend.
A number of residents contacted Somerset Waste Partnership to advise them that their recycling had not been collected on Saturday following the bank holiday weekend.
Speaking at Sparkford Parish Council district councillor Mike Lewis said: "I am told that there were a number of houses missed in Sparkford, North Cadbury and Babcary, but I hope most of it has now been collected.
"I am told that there was more recycling than was anticipated and they ran out of vehicles to collect it.
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"I suspect that the A371 at Ansford being closed has changed the dynamics of collection routes as well. Hopefully by the next bank holiday the bridge will be open. The real problem at this time of year is the food waste side of things attracting wasps."