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One Trafford
Topic posted by Keyce ... dated:04 January 2016

Never needed services from TBC before but I now care for my elderly father and have been routed throught One Trafford for district nurses, refuse, Occupational Theropists etc.  I now dread the words One Trafford!  I feel battered and stressed.  Is it just me?

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Reply posted by Aardvark ... dated:10 March 2017

I make that Two Traffords. Von, Two! (I love to count.)

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Reply posted by Atlantean ... dated:09 March 2017

Access Trafford is Trafford Council i.e. libraries, schools, social services, Council tax etc. 

One Trafford is the name used for the partnership with Amey - they deal with the services privatised to Amey provide such as roads, parks, and bins.

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Reply posted by Aardvark ... dated:09 March 2017

Yes, there was and still is. "Access Trafford" on 0161 912 2000. How that differs from "One Trafford" is a mystery.

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Reply posted by Edward ... dated:09 March 2017

Did there not used to be a single number, something like 0161 912 2000, to access Trafford Council's services?

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Reply posted by Graz ... dated:05 March 2017

It's one number for all services. Makes access to services easier for people. The alternative is a directory of hundreds of out-of-date names and numbers much like a printed phone directory.   

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Reply posted by Divad ... dated:03 March 2017

Shades of the Musketeers, "One for all, all for one."  A very apt calling for a shady council who only look after number one, themselves.
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Reply posted by Herb ... dated:03 March 2017

ONE Trafford, just what does the 'ONE' mean? The same can be said about ONE Salford.

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Reply posted by Oscar ... dated:12 March 2016

Best place to paint the number is underneath and on the side, if you suspect your scumbag neighbour of taking it you can relieve it of its contents on their drive at the same time as checking.

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Reply posted by Wozza ... dated:12 March 2016

Hi,Thanks for your support.The bin did have large numbers on it by the way.I was just a bit miffed at One Traffords attitude with the none refund policy. As 25 pounds is alot of money if you dont have it.

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Reply posted by Evad ... dated:11 March 2016

Wozza. Paint your number in a very large large size on the side of the bin, that way nobody should claim it as theres. I also agree that you should not be liable to pay

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Reply posted by Chrism ... dated:10 March 2016

A couple of years ago my daughter's grey bin went missing. The Council said there would be a charge for a new one. The other recycling bins, green, black and blue, are free and you can have more than one if you want. When she said she didn't think she should have to pay as someone had obviously taken it, they said report it to the Police! Eventually she found another one left out which nobody claimed so she uses that one.

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Reply posted by Aardvark ... dated:10 March 2016

I agree with Divad. Take it up with your ward councillors. Trafford Council have a legal obligation to collect your refuse. The cost should be recovered through your council tax, not through the sale of bins.

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Reply posted by Divad ... dated:10 March 2016

I would not accept that and certain is I would take the matter further. Who ever replied to you, go over their head and keep going until a refund is obtained.
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Reply posted by Wozza ... dated:10 March 2016

Hi all my grey bin went missing the other week could not find along my road. Phoned One Trafford 25 pound charge for a new one surprised but paid. The other day bin returned surprised again so I phoned one trafford again to explain. Dont need another one, only to be told sorry mate no refunds. And wont even get a new bin. Trafford council how can you justify this service.  

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Reply posted by Divad ... dated:04 January 2016

Keyce, have you tried Age UK (Trafford) they are very helpful when it comes down to the requirements for the elderly?
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