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Groups including the Friends of Anglesey Coastal Path have organised clean ups on the island every day of the weekend while other events include a litter pick and Pensarn beach clean on April 27 and Dinas Dinlle beach clean on April 28.
He said: "I love being able to work with people in our communities and experience at first hand how keen they are to clean up their local areas.
FAMILIES have helped clean up their estate as part of a week-long programme of activities.
Every year, hundreds of people gather to clean up litter from beaches and dive sites on the east and west coasts of the UAE
As well as keeping the green spaces looking good, they organise community clean-ups, where volunteers help to clean up sections of Coventry Canal, and green volunteers, where there are fun and games to be had aboard the clean-up boat
Real estate buyers can screen individual parcels for selected toxic sites that can reduce property value, impose clean up liability, or restrict property use.
Individuals, community groups and businesses will all be lending a hand to the big clean up, while street performers and artists will add a carnival atmosphere along the way.
AN ACTION plan has been launched to clean up an estate at the most southerly point of Wales.
As part of the Big Tidy Up campaign, spearheaded by Keep Britain Tidy, Golcar residents hosted a community clean up day.
TAKEAWAYS could be forced to clean up after their customers who dump rubbish on the streets of Coventry.