New ‘Binfo’ app for Ashfield residents

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Ashfield District Council have launched a new mobile phone app. ‘Binfo’ allows residents to set up reminders about collections. There is also a way to report litter or graffitti found in the area.

To launch the app, the Council will be holding information stalls at Sutton Indoor Market, Kirkby and Hucknall Outdoor markets this week with live demos and a prize draw.

To download the free app, search ‘Connect Ashfield’ from the Google Play or App Store.