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Brent chiefs looking for #litterheroes to join Keep Britain Tidy's Great British Spring Clean campaign

PUBLISHED: 09:46 04 February 2020 | UPDATED: 09:46 04 February 2020

Brent Council leader Cllr Muhammed Butt and environment chief Cllr Krupa Sheth. Picture: Brent Council

Brent Council leader Cllr Muhammed Butt and environment chief Cllr Krupa Sheth. Picture: Brent Council

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Council chiefs are encouraging the public to get involved in clearing "unsightly litter" across Brent as part of a campaign by Keep Britain Tidy.

Brent communities encouraged the join the Great British Spring Clean. Picture: Brent CouncilBrent communities encouraged the join the Great British Spring Clean. Picture: Brent Council

Brent Council is backing The Great British Spring Clean and looking for the borough's #Litterheroes to spruce up local streets and parks, join a community clean-up, or organise a litter-pick of their own.

All environment warriors will be armed with gloves, litter pickers and bags by Brent's waste collection partner Veolia whose staff will clear away the rubbish afterwards.

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Cllr Krupa Sheth, Brent's environment chief, said: "We need your help to take on unsightly litter and illegal rubbish dumps.

Community Clean-up days:

Queensbury, Eaton Grove, Feb 8

Welsh Harp, Braemar Avenue, Feb 8

Northwick Park, The Green, March 7

Brondesbury, Tiverton Road, March 14 March

Harlesden,Tubbs Road (junction with Nightingale), March 21

Preston, Carlton Avenue East, May 2

Kenton, Gooseacre Lane, May 16

Willesden Green, Chapter Road, May 16

Queens Park, Harvist Road, June 20

"Community Clean-Ups are a great way to show your area some love.

"With enough of us, these events can be fun as well as functional - bring your kids, bring your parents, and together let's make Brent cleaner and greener."

For more information, contact: recyclemore@brent.gov.uk

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