Middlesbrough Council’s services will be affected by a day of industrial action on Wednesday (November 30).
The planned strike by public sector unions will cause disruption to some services but others will operate.
Many schools in Middlesbrough will be closed or affected.
Headteachers will have contacted parents and guardians to inform them of whether their school will be affected.
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The Avenue Primary and Berwick Hills Primary.
Parents are advised to contact their child’s school directly if they are unsure if it will be affected.
There is likely to be some disruption to the refuse collection service.
Residents due to have their bins collected this Wednesday are advised to put out their waste and recycling containers as normal.
The Council intends to provide the usual refuse collection service where possible. Should some collections be missed, then further advice will be issued for alternative collections through the press and Council website.
Kerbside recycling collections will not be affected.
The Transporter Bridge and Stewart Park will be closed. The Dorman Museum is due to be closed.
Other buildings and services affected include the Newport Neighbourhood Centre, Langdon Square Community Centre, The Manor Youth and Community Centre, Cumberland Resource Centre, The Community Inclusion Team at Sandringham and the North Ormesby Day Centre which are all set to close.
Grove Hill Resource Centre and the International Centre in Abingdon Road are due to open.
For other community centres users are advised to contact the centre directly to check if it is affected.
The Neptune Leisure Centre is to close for the day. Users of the Rainbow, Southlands, Golf Centre and Clairville are being asked to contact their centre directly to check opening.
Central library, Berwick Hills library, Grove Hill library, Rainbow library, mima Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art and Teesside Archives are due to be open.
All council car parks will be open as usual.
Council services which have an agreed exemption to the strike include cemeteries and crematorium, gritting if necessary and some staff who work with vulnerable adults and children.
Normal council services will resume on Thursday, December 1.
For further information residents are advised to visit www.middlesbrough.gov.uk or for general queries to contact the Council’s main switchboard on 01642 245432.