When bins will be collected on Bank Holiday Monday in Burnley, Blackburn, Blackpool, Preston, Lancaster

As the Easter weekend draws to a close, we are still trying to figure out which supermarkets are open, what time they are open and when everything is back to normal.

For many of us in Lancashire, Monday is bin collection day, but with Monday (April 18) being a bank holiday – Easter Monday, no less – some of us are wondering if our waste will actually be taken away tomorrow or not.

The good news is that there aren’t any drastic changes planned for many areas of the county tomorrow, so if you’re in doubt and your usual garbage collection day is a Monday, you should take out your trash (usually advice alternates recycling and general waste week after week). Unfortunately some areas of Lancashire do not have a Monday bin collection scheduled as usual, and in some cases this may mean you have missed it altogether for that week. Check your council’s website for details on the next collection.

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Read on for a brief summary of Lancashire’s bin collections on Easter Monday (April 18).

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council: Blackburn residents should take out their bins as usual tomorrow morning, ideally before 7am to ensure collection.

Blackpool Tip: Collections are generally proceeding normally. Please ensure that your wheeled bins are presented before 7:00 a.m. the day of your collection.

Burnley City Council: Bin collection will take place as normal, please make sure your bin is out before 6:30am if tomorrow is your usual collection day.

Chorley Council: As of 2019, bin collections now take place in Chorley on Easter Monday. Residents must take out the trash before 7 a.m. if tomorrow is your collection day.

Fylde Borough Council: Easter Monday garbage collection will continue as normal. Containers must be placed at the edge of your property before 7:30 a.m. on the day of your collection.

Hyndburn Borough Council: Bad news here, if your bin was to be collected on Easter Monday, it would have had to come out yesterday (April 16). Check the date of your next collection here.

Lancaster City Council: Don’t forget to take out your trash and recycling as usual tomorrow. There are no changes to bin collections for Lancaster, despite the public holiday.

Pendle Borough Council: Bin collections remain the same on all public holidays except Christmas and New Years.

Preston City Council: Preston City Council collects on all public holidays except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Make sure your bin is out before 7am if tomorrow is your normal collection day.

Ribble Valley Borough Council: Good news, garbage collections in Ribble Valley will normally take place on Easter Monday. If it’s your usual day, don’t forget to take out your trash early.

Rossendale Borough Council: It seems to be going normally, so if Monday is your usual trash day, make sure yours is out by 6:45 a.m.

South Ribble City Council: Generally, Easter has not changed bin drives in South Ribble. Garbage cans must be taken out no later than 7:30 a.m.

West Lancashire Borough Council: Bin collections will normally take place on Good Friday and Easter Monday in West Lancashire. Please present your bins as usual.

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