Go to Town 2020
(the Big Clean Up)
is on 17th - 19th April
In 2019 over 60 Huddersfield residents took the streets in May, for a clean up of the town centre and river corridor. “Go to Town – the big clean up” was organised by not-for-profit organisation Environment Kirklees. In 2020 it is happening over the weekend of 17 - 19 April and is organised by Enviro Kirklees with support from Huddersfield Civic Society and others.
Kim Warren, project coordinator said: ‘Kirklees Council does a lot of work to keep the town centre streets clean and volunteers regularly clean up the footpaths by the river and canal – but there are still areas that get missed.
‘In Go to Town we are tackling the private land, car parks and green spaces that are often left out and contain a lot of litter. There are parts of the town centre and its gateways that let the side down.’
Volunteers are issued with tools, litter picking equipment, and hi-vis vests. The targets area approaches to the town centre, footpaths on the River Colne corridor and parts of the town centre.
See our gallery below for images from the 2019 weekend, and if you are interested in hearing more about future Big Clean Up events, sign up for our e-newsletter below.
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