- Pulling out scrubby, prickly bushes in certain areas where litter collects, and replacing with grass (e.g. the hedge between the bp petrol station and Alderley Road)
- Installing new bins near the station.
We have been awarded a further grant of £1,374 from Wilmslow Town Council. Click here to see the wilmslow.co.uk article which contains more details
The focus was on Grove Street, Grove Avenue, St Anne’s Parade, Parsonage Green, Alderley Road, Albert Road and Chapel Lane.
A large number of cigarette ends were patiently picked up along Grove Street which seem to be left behind by the official street cleaning machinery.
About 7 bags of rubbish were collected altogether.
Well done everyone !
Wilmslow is aiming to do well in the 2014 Britain In Bloom competition. The judges will be in the town on Thursday 10th July. The judges will be interested in the quality of planting but the cleanliness of the town will also be taken into consideration.
Various organisations are involved in this competition – e.g. Wilmslow Town Council, Incredible Edible Wilmslow, Wilmslow Business Group.
Incredible Edible Wilmslow have asked the Clean Team to get involved. We are planning to do 2 litter picks along the judging route : one the day before and a final clean up on the judging day itself.
The first of Wilmslow CleanTeam’s “Spring Clean Week 2014” events was a great success.
We had a good turn out from both the CleanTeam and the Town Council.
Most volunteers started at the Boddington Arms and picked up litter on Altrincham Road, Racecourse Road and Mobberley Road.
Some of the volunteers started at the Honey Bee and focussed on Altrincham Road.
Thanks to everyone who turned up. Well done to everyone who managed to make it through both events this week !
Another good collaborative effort.
Some Wilmslow CleanTeam volunteers assisted with the Town Council’s “Spring Clean Week” litter picking event this morning.
The event was a success with a large amount of litter collected.
We focussed on Sainsbury’s car park, Alderley Road and Chapel Lane.
We worked with some volunteers from the Town Council and from the Wilmslow TSB branch. TSB encourage their staff to help out in the local community. It sounds like they will be able to provide a volunteer on the regular Wednesday litter picking events which would be fantastic.
Overall a good team effort – so well done everyone. Hopefully we can continue the Spring Clean efforts and have another good turn out on Wednesday 2nd April.
We will be working with Wilmslow Town Council on the annual “Spring Clean Wilmslow” event. Two of our litter picking events are scheduled during this week – see the Events page for more details. Flyers will be distributed to homes in the run up to this event. There is more information about the event on the Wilmslow Town Council website :
Some other organisations including the Fire Brigade and some local scout and guide groups are planning to do their own litter picks during Spring Clean Week. It’s great that the local community is pulling together.