This September Keep Wales Tidy are calling on the people of Wales to take part in a week- long, nationwide, cleanup of littered black spotsin towns, villages and the countryside.
Tidy Wales Week will take place between 16 - 22 September 2013 and we are hoping that local people will show how much they care for their area by getting involved in hands-on, problem-solving action.
Last year nearly 10,000 people of all ages did their bit to clean up their neighbourhoods and as a result many long standing litter blots on the landscape were removed. The week of action resulted in thousands of bags of litter being recovered by volunteers.
Get involved! Tidy Wales Week is for everyone from a group of neighbours to schools and local businesses...this is your opportunity to get involved and make a difference in your local community!
Need help? Keep Wales Tidy project officers can offer assistance in organising clean-ups so make sure you get in touch with your local officer today!
Carmarthenshire Project Officer:
Tel: 07824 504805
Lesley Jones, Chief Executive of Keep Wales Tidy comments: “We hear constant complaints in the press and on TV about the state of our streets, beaches and rivers. The truth is that resolving many of the problems highlighted lies in our own hands. We live in busy times but most of us could spare a couple of hours to improve the visual appearance of our surroundings. Please help us to make a difference.”
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