Strikes In Cambridgeshire

The majority of primary and secondary schools in Cambridgeshire will be closed or partially closed due to public sector strikes.

Workers are staging industrial action in protest over changes to their pensions.

Other services across the county, such as bin collections and libraries are also likely to be affected.

Click here to visit the Cambridgeshire County Council website to find out how services in Cambridgeshire will be affected.

The majority of primary and secondary schools in Peterborough will also be closed or partially closed due to the strikes.

Peterborough residents due to have their bins emptied are advised to put their rubbish out as usual.

Click here to visit the Peterborough City Council website to find out how services in Peterborough will be affected.

You can also check the following council websites if you want to find out about disruption to schools and services in counties surrounding Cambridgeshire.

Lincolnshire County Council

Suffolk County Council

Hertfordshire County Council

Essex County Council

Bin collections are handled by district councils.

For more information about possible disruption to rubbish collections caused by strikes, you are advised to contact your local district council, for example Cambridge City, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, South Cambridgeshire and East Cambridgeshire.

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