Bin collections as normal but changes to leisure opening for Bank Holiday Weekend
30 May 2022
Derry City and Strabane District Council have confirmed service arrangements for the Coronation Day and Platinum Jubilee Bank Holidays on Thursday June 2nd and Friday June 3rd.
Refuse collection services and Recycling Centres across the City and District will continue as normal throughout the holiday period however there will be some changes to leisure services opening hours.
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Alderman Graham Warke, urged the public to visit Council’s website before accessing services this weekend.
“I am delighted that many of our staff are able to look forward to some time off later this week however every effort has been made to ensure essential services can continue as normal,” he said.
“The continuation of refuse services will mean that disruption will hopefully be kept to a minimum for householders.
“I would encourage anyone accessing leisure services in particular to check on Council’s website for the changes to opening hours before visiting.”
On Thursday June 2nd Brandywell, Brooke Park, City Baths and Foyle Arena will remain closed while Bishops Field, Templemore Sports Complex, Riversdale, Melvin and Derg Valley are open as normal.
On Friday June 3rd Bishops Field, Foyle Arena, Riversdale, Melvin and Derg Valley are open while Brandywell, Brooke Park, City Baths and Templemore are closed.
The Guildhall and Tower Museum will also be open as normal on both days and cemeteries will be open and fully operational.
The District Registration Office will close on Thursday and Friday and reopen as normal on Monday.