Rural skip locations

Our rural skip service is provided for residents from rural areas who need to travel long distances to reach their nearest recycling centre.

Skip locations

All rural skips are available from 10am to 4pm unless otherwise stated.

Rural skip dates 2019/20 

 Date  Town/village  Location
Saturday 7 September Chudleigh Knighton Play Park Car Park
Saturday 14 September Ilsington Village Hall Car Park
Saturday 21 September Bovey Tracey Station Road Car Park
Saturday 28 September Trusham The Square
Saturday 5 October  Widecombe Main Car Park (coach park)
Saturday 12 October  Shaldon War Memorial
Saturday 19 October Dunsford Butts Landing
Saturday 26 October Liverton Blackpool Primary School Car Park
Saturday 2 November  Dunchideock (9.30am - 12 noon) Farm entrance, opposite Riverside Cottage
Saturday 2 November  Ide (1pm - 3.30pm) Old Ide Lane
Saturday 9 November Hennock (9.30am - 3.30pm) Roadside along Hazel Crest Terrace
Saturday 16 November  Dawlish (9.30am - 3.30pm) Barton Hill Car Park
Saturday 23 November  Ashburton (9.30am - 3.30pm) Kingsbridge Lane Car Park
Saturday 1 February Ipplepen Layby on Biltor Road (outside Primary School)
Saturday 8 February Chudleigh Market Way Car Park
Saturday 15 February Christow Recreation Field Car Park
Saturday 22 February Exminster Victory Hall Car Park
Saturday 29 February Tedburn St Mary Village Hall Car Park
Saturday 7 March Manaton Manaton Car Park (opposite Cricket Field)
Saturday 14 March Combeinteignhead (9.30am - 12noon) Village Hall Car Park
Saturday 14 March Bishopsteignton (1.30pm - 4pm) Parish Council Recreation Ground car park
Saturday 21 March Dawlish Warren Dawlish Warren Outer Car Park

Items accepted at a rural skip

  • bulky waste (household only)
  • scrap metal
  • wood
  • furniture
  • domestic appliances
  • TV and computer monitors
  • bric-a-brac

Items not accepted at a rural skip

  • plasterboard
  • Asbestos
  • food waste
  • DIY waste
  • construction and demolition waste
  • soil
  • trade waste
  • tyres
  • hazardous and toxic wastes
  • oils and other liquid wastes
  • vehicle batteries and gas cylinders
  • dead pets or animals
  • branches in excess of 1.5 metres (5ft)
  • garden waste
  • clinical waste
  • gas cylinders
  • normal household recycling

 

 

When this content has been updated

Last updated 16 August 2019