Helping hands clean up area
A CLEAN up saw graffiti wash off the walls as well as rubbish and foliage cleared up. The two-day scrub down around a car park near Claremont Road, Cullen House, Premier Corner and Keniston Press building in South Kilburn, filled three skips with rubbish
A CLEAN up saw graffiti wash off the walls as well as rubbish and foliage cleared up.
The two-day scrub down around a car park near Claremont Road, Cullen House, Premier Corner and Keniston Press building in South Kilburn, filled three skips with rubbish and improved the area.
Sergeant Greame Day, from Queen's Park Safer Neighbourhoods Team, said: "This was a great effort by everyone."
Queen's Park Safer Neighbourhoods Teams, Brent Housing Partnership (BHP), Neighbourhood wardens, Streetcare, Genesis Community, Community Payback Team, Brent ASB Team and Graffiti Removal Team organised the spruce up last Thursday and Friday.
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Christian Longdon, head of the Resident and Community Safety Team at BHP said: "It was a pleasure to be involved in such a brilliant community initiative to clear up the local area.
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