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Dudley residents urged to help clean up estate
3:16pm Thursday 10th October 2013 in News
A COMMUNITY is being urged to join a campaign to clean up the streets on a Dudley housing estate.
The event will take place over two hours, until noon and the association is asking anyone who has some time to spare to join in. Volunteers of all ages are welcome.
Councillor Steve Waltho, Dudley cabinet member for housing, said: “It is excellent to see TRA arranging this litter pick on the estate, and shows the amount of pride they have for the area. This litter pick will help make the area a cleaner and safer place for all residents.
“Anyone living on the estate should get involved both with this litter pick and the tenants and residents association.”
Bags, high visibility jackets, litter pickers and gloves will be provided for use. Please note that no unaccompanied children will be allowed on this litter pick.
Light refreshments will be available after the event for participants.
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