VILLAGE DIARY Page
Whilst all events are cancelled or postponed during the Covid-19 pandemic we are using this page to provide, what we hope will be, useful information
KBS NEWS recommends – Be aware, Be aware
There are many Genuine and Trustworthy people now offering help via social media and putting notes and leaflets through doors etc. That's Wonderful, Fantastic and to be applauded.
However, we understand the Police have been made aware that a very few are not decent or honest.
Please be extra careful when accepting help from strangers.
If money is requested think at least twice or three times before handing any money over.
Due to the Coronavirus restrictions we are sorry to tell you we have not been able to deliver the May KBS News, as usual, to houses in Kingston Bagpuize & Southmoor. Until the ‘going out’ restrictions are over and we return to a more normal life we anticipate further non delivery months.
However, we have placed a limited number of printed copies in:
The Southmoor One Stop Shop,
The Southmoor Co-op
The Kingston Bagpuize Co-op
Electronic copies can be found on the Village Website at
on the Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor Residents Facebook page
An electronic link has been sent to residents who have joined our KBS NEWS Group email at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/kbs-news-information
Thanks to Ray Bellis for his help in setting this up.
Group Email members will not see others members email addresses and we promise - No Adverts, Chit Chat or Cold Calls.
The KBS News Team
|Waste Collections Dates for May 2020|
|Wednesday||6th May||** Food Collection & Grey Bin Collection **|
|Wednesday||13th May||** Food Collection & Green Bin Collection & Double Brown Bin Collection**|
|Wednesday||20th May||** Food Collection & Grey Bin Collection ****|
|Thursday||28th May||** Food Collection & Green Bin Collection & Brown Bin Collection **|
PLEASE NOTE: Until further notice, please do not leave out for collection:
Batteries, Small electrical items and Textiles for recycling.
The services centres that would normally accept these items are currently unable to take them for processing. Residents must keep these items until the service is resumed.
Do not put these items in the general rubbish or recycling bins because of the fire risk to bin trucks.