WARRINGTON Borough Council has confirmed which areas of the town will have their bins emptied tomorrow, Friday.

It comes as the misery of bin strikes is over following a deal between the council and members of the Unite union.

Refuse workers have been out on strike for the majority of the past 10 weeks in a dispute over pay and conditions, and industrial action was due to last until Christmas Eve.

Most residents have had just one collection since the start of October, but a deal has now been struck which will see workers return to work tomorrow.

We asked Warrington Borough Council for confirmation on which areas will benefit from the end of strikes tomorrow.

A spokesman confirmed that `black bins will be emptied in Great Sankey and Penketh.

Moreover, blue bins will be emptied in Chapelford, Westbrook, Bewsey, Whitecross, Callands, Old Hall and Sankey Bridges.

Confirming the end of strike action, new council leader Cllr Hans Mundry said: “We are pleased to draw an end to the strike action.

“We know people will want bin collections to get back to normal quickly.

“Please bear with us, as we will be collecting significant volumes of waste and recycling, while also getting waste services employees back into work.”