The following information has been made available:
Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
The Town Hall and The Harlequin Theatre and Cinema will be closed on the day of the funeral.
Bank holiday bin collections
Following the announcement that Monday 19 September will be a bank holiday due to the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, all household bin collections (including garden waste collections) will be one day later than usual next week. Therefore:
Normal collections will resume from Monday 26 September.
Surrey County Council’s Community Recycling Centres will be closed on the bank holiday. See a full list of changes to Surrey County Council services.
The Harlequin Theatre and Cinema programme will also be subject to change or cancellation and those affected will be contacted directly by The Harlequin team.
Crawley Borough Council
In view of Monday 19 September being declared a national bank holiday for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, many Crawley Borough Council buildings and services will close or operate differently as a mark of respect.
For council buildings, the main changes are as follows:
There will be no rubbish, recycling and garden waste collection services on Monday 19 September. Collections will run one day late during this week, with Friday’s bins being collected on Saturday 24 September. All collections return to normal on Monday 26 September. Anyone with a bulky waste collection already booked for next week should expect it to happen a day later.
With the Town Hall closed, there are several ways to continue to access council services. You can use my.crawley.gov.uk for access to rubbish and recycling updates for your home, your Council Tax account and our extensive library of forms. You can call our automated payments line on 01293 438312, or visit crawley.gov.uk/payments for details of how to make online payments by debit or credit card, set up direct debits or register for electronic bills.