BIN collections are changing next week due to the bank holiday weekend.

People get to enjoy a long weekend with Monday, August 29 being the seventh bank holiday of the year.

However, the bin collection days across the county have changed as a result. The changes are:

READ MORE: Construction of new Lidl could start next Spring

South Oxfordshire District Council

Bin collections will be a day later for black bins and food bins:

  • Monday, August 29 to Tuesday, August 30
  • Tuesday, August 30 to Wednesday, August 31
  • Wednesday, August 31 to Thursday, September 1  
  • Thursday, September 1 to Friday, September 2
  • Friday, September 2 to Saturday, September 3

Vale of White Horse District Council

Bin collections will also be a day later for the green bins, food bins, and garden waste.

West Oxfordshire District Council

All bin collections will run a day later with no collections taking place on the Monday

Oxford City Council

Blue zone collections: Mixed recycling and foods bins today (Friday, August 26) and normal rubbish, garden waste and food waste will be collected on Tuesday (August 31) and Wednesday (September 1).

Red zone collections: Normal rubbish, garden waste and food waste today (Friday, August 26) and mixed recycling and food waste on Tuesday (August 31) and Wednesday (September 1).

READ MORE: Couple devastated charity shop that helped them is closing

The final bank holidays of the year will be in lieu of Boxing Day (Monday, December 26) and in lieu of Christmas Day (Tuesday, December 27).


Read more from this author

This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford, Wantage and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing:

Follow her on Twitter @Geeharland

A message from our Editor

Thank you for reading this story and supporting the Oxford Mail.

If you like what we do please consider getting a subscription for the Oxford Mail and in return we’ll give you unrestricted access with less adverts across our website from the latest news, investigations, features, and sport.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok for more. 

You can also join the conversation in our Facebook groups: stay ahead of traffic alerts here, keep up to date with the latest from court here, share your favourite memories of Oxford here, get your daily dose of celebrity news here and take some time out with news that will make you smile. 

If you’ve got a story for our reporters, send us your news here. You can also list an event for free here.