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Pupils at The Lakes Primary School in Redcar have taken part in a Big Tidy Up near their school 150615LITTER_03 DOUG MOODY
Councillor Hilary Thompson, Hartlepool Council's cabinet member for culture, leisure and tourism; Michelle Dauarat, Tall Ships project manager; Pride in Hartlepool officer Kate Ainger and Mario Woodward from the council's Regeneration and Neighbourhoods Department launch the Pride in Hartlepool campaign, left Right - Students from High Tunstall College take part in the Big Tall Ships Tidy Up
During the summer, Morrison is holding a series of Big Tidy Up events and has already completed three clean-ups, clearing more than 120 bags of rubbish from roads and parks around the country.
Schoolchildren are being drafted in to tidy up their nearest interchange in a bid to teach them respect for their surroundings.
A WEEK of action starts this month to tidy up a Durham town.
Thirty-three Mormons based at Birchencliffe helped to cut back raspberry bushes, chop down overhanging branches and tidy up Clayton Fields in Edgerton.
PEOPLE living in a part of West Bromwich are being given the opportunity to share pounds 100,000 to help tidy up their neighbourhoods.
Organisers of the event on Wednesday hope it will help tidy up the area around St Luke's church in Princess Drive, Dovecot.
It is one of several taking place around the borough and is also part of The Big Tidy Up campaign.
And children at the Infant School got expert help in their bid to tidy up the area in the Bin It in Birkby campaign.
The Big Tidy Up is a national blitz on litter, organised by Keep Britain Tidy.