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org or post us details and any photos of what you do by the end of this week, and help us to Keep Britain Tidy.
Community waste liaison officer Barbara Webster is keen to organise more Big Tidy Ups in Redcar and Cleveland.
In a bid to drum up interest the council will give away tidy up kits - donated by waste contractor SitaUK - to the first five groups that register.
DIRECTIONS: Model's Karen Sutton and, right, Julie Devine help launch Tidy Towns 2008 at Mount Merrion Hotel in Dublin yesterday
Keep Splott Tidy treasurer and Splott resident for two years Peter Durrant, 60, said: "It was just a thought I had to approach Oasis to see if anyone was interested.
A total of 20, year 3 and 4 pupils, armed with their Tidy Towns litter-pick sticks and new high-viz jackets, worked tirelessly to clear any untidy spots in the village.
And admittedy, most of you probably intend to be quite tidy too, once past the inbetweeners years, where 'tidying' generally involves collecting a few newspapers into a pile and stung a giant pizza box into the open bin before a girl visits.
Series producer and managing director of Tidy Productions David Peet said: "It's great news.
The Mynydd Isa Field for Youth project near Mold has been given a pounds 460 cash boost as part of the Tidy Towns scheme.
Previously, a survey by Keep Britain Tidy found that fast food litter was second to cigarette ends in littering the country's streets and 29% of that was from McDonald's restaurants - followed by boxes and cups from unbranded kebab and fast food shops.
County council officials are calling on residents to join a big beach tidy-up operation as part of the Keep Britain Tidy campaign, to make the sands safe and clean for everyone to enjoy.
He was last seen alive by his wife Kathleen Tidy at their home in Palmerston Court on the morning of April 18.