Daily Archives: 30 Nov 21

PSI classes at One Leisure

Please find attached a news release promoting one of the One Leisure Active Lifestyles team’s exercise classes, called PSI (Postural Stability Instruction). The class is a strength and balance session aimed at older adults to help with falls prevention.

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Christmas Refuse Collection

Update from Huntingdonshire District Council

During the Christmas and New Year period waste collection days will change which can be seen in the table below.  Unfortunately there are four weeks of disruptions which start the week before Christmas

Residents can also download a collection calendar fromwww.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/bins

Normal Collection DayChanged to
Monday 20 DecemberSaturday 18 December
Tuesday 21 DecemberMonday 20 December
Wednesday 22 DecemberTuesday 21 December
Thursday 23 DecemberWednesday 22 December
Friday 24 DecemberThursday 23 December
Monday 27 DecemberFriday 24 December
Tuesday 28 DecemberWednesday 29 December
Wednesday 29 DecemberThursday 30 December
Thursday 30 DecemberFriday 31 December
Friday 31 DecemberTuesday 4 January
Monday 3 JanuaryWednesday 5 January
Tuesday 4 JanuaryThursday 6 January
Wednesday 5 JanuaryFriday 7 January
Thursday 6 JanuarySaturday 8 January
Friday 7 JanuaryMonday 10 January
Monday 10 JanuaryTuesday 11 January
Tuesday 11 JanuaryWednesday 12 January
Wednesday 12 JanuaryThursday 13 January
Thursday 13 JanuaryFriday 14 January
Friday 14 JanuarySaturday 15 January

The household recycling centres will close at 1pm on Christmas Eve and will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.  A booking system is now in place at all sites so if you are planning on visiting between Christmas and the New Year, book a slot today.  Visit www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk for more information.

Christmas Tree Recycling

We are supporting East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice again this year who will be collecting real Christmas trees for recycling on Saturday 15th January 2022.

To check availability and book your slot visit


Donations received from the Christmas tree collection provide vital funds for your hospice and other local charities.

Real trees can be placed by the side of the garden bin on collection day.  If the tree is bigger than the bin we ask that it is chopped in half.

The Household Recycling Centres will also take Christmas trees.

We will be informing residents of these changes via a bin hanger which will be placed on grey bins in December.  There will be a full page of advice in the Hunts Post.

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