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Bad weather

Coleford Council Offices

Our offices are open as normal from 9.00am to 4.45pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am to 4.30pm on Fridays. Please remember that you can also access our services via our website or by calling our Customer Services Team on 01594 810000 during normal office hours.

Waste & Recycling Services

Advice on what to do in the event of bad weather disrupting waste and recycling services.

Household Recycling Centres

For information about the Household Recycling Centres across Gloucestershire please visit: https://www.recycleforgloucestershire.com/household-recycling-centres-hrcs/
or follow Gloucestershire County Council on their twitter and facebook accounts via @GlosCC

Roads / Highways

For updates on roads please follow Gloucestershire County Council's designated social media accounts @GlosRoads on twitter or facebook.

School Closures

For information about school closures visit Gloucestershire County Council's webpage. 

Power Supplies / Power Cut

For information on power supplies / power cuts please visit the Western Power website.

Rough Sleepers

If you are worried about someone who is sleeping rough, you can help by providing as much info about them as you can via Streetlink, you can download the App or call 0300 500 0914.  You can also contact our Housing Advice Team on 01594 810000 during normal office hours (Mon - Thurs 9am - 4.45pm & Fri 9am - 4.30pm) and via the Emergency Duty Team during evenings and weekends by calling 01452 614194.  For more information visit our 'Homeless or at risk' webpage.

Keep well keep warm

You can find NHS advice on how to keep well and warm during the winter here: https://www.nhs.uk/livewell/winterhealth/pages/keepwarmkeepwell.aspx

Look in on vulnerable neighbours and relatives  

Check up on older neighbours and relatives, and those with heart or respiratory (breathing) problems, to make sure:

  • they're safe and well
  • are warm enough, especially at night
  • have stocks of food and medicines so they don't need to go out during very cold weather