Successful Projectscampaign is a positive, people powered campaign focusing on improving our environment and building pride in our local communities.Bring Out Your Dross Day - Carlin How Residents in Carlin How took advantage of our Bring Out Your Dross day on Monday 30 October with nearly 600 properties visited and over 10 tonnes of waste collected and removed! We would like to thank all the residents that took part in this BOYD event. Bring Out Your Dross Days BOYD days have taken place in Guisborough and Eston over the last week with just under 10 tonnes of waste being collected across the two areas!We would like to thank everyone who took part in these BOYD days. Northumbrian Water Just an Hour Programme More than 50 people took time out of their day jobs at Northumbrian Water to help keep the North East Coastline looking beautiful with 40 bags of rubbish collected!The group, from the company's Wastewater and Maintenance teams in South Durham, Darlington and Teesside, visited Saltburn beack to pick litter and clean up the area as part of The Love It initiative which encourages people to take pride in the area where they live and work.Each year, more than 50% of people at Northumbrian Water take part in the employee volunteering initiative, supporting the communities the company serves. Bring Out Your Dross Day, Lingdale On Monday 7 August crews collected 6.3 tonnes of dross from the Lingdale area including;
We want to say thank you to every who participated in this dross day.Northumbrian Water Beach CleanLove It partners, Northumbrian Water undertook a beach clean in Saltburn as part of their 'Just an hour' volunteer scheme. KICAS Beach CleanAs part of the first anniversary celebrations for Love It, KICAS undertook a beach clean in Saltburn with a number of bags of litter removed from the beach and surrounding area! Bring Out Your Dross Day, EstonOn Monday 17 July crews collected 4.96 tonnes of dross from the Eston area including;
- 12 car tyres
- 26 electrical items
- 8 mattresses
- 20 tins of paint
We want to say thank you to everyone who participated in this dross day. Hummersea Hills Litter PickOn Wednesday 31st May there was a Love It litter pick at Hummersea Hills in Loftus with local residents, Borough and Town Councillors and staff from Redcar and Cleveland Council and Coast & Country Housing taking part. There were around 35 bags of litter and debris collected.Throughout the week, improvements have taken place in this area of Loftus with grass and shrub maintenance carried out by Coast & Country Housing and grass cutting, pitch marking and installation of new goal posts at Ben Scotts Field by Redcar and Cleveland Council. The area around the changing rooms has also been tidied up with plans for a team to re-use them in the future. Redundant lamp columns were removed by Bougues on behalf of Coast & Country Housing.The combined results are a good example of partnership working and what difference can be achieved when people join together. Thanks go to all volunteers who took part.If you would like more information on the Love it campaign, please look at the Redcar and Cleveland Council website or contact Community Development Officer Jo Fearey on 01287 284271 for more details in the Loftus area.Loftus Community Footpath TaskA Community Footpath Task took place in Loftus as part of the Love it campaign. The footpaths at Dam Street, Water Lane and Lingberry Garth had been identified as needing some attention by residents, who came out to support the activity. In total there were 14 volunteers from Loftus and local areas, supported by Redcar and Cleveland Council staff and together they cleared a total of a tonne of debris from the paths, which was made up of leaves, moss and soil which had encroached onto the surface. Refreshments and toilet facilities were kindly provided by Loftus Town Council. Grangetown Ward Community Litter PickCouncil leader Sue Jeffrey joined local councillors, neighbourhood officers and local residents for a community litter pick in partnership with McDonald's Eston. A grand total of 21 bags of rubbish were collected and an area of fly tipping removed.
- 7 televisions
- 46 paint tins
- 8 car tyres
- 7 fridges
Friends of Zetland Park roll up their sleeves
The Friends of Zetland Park have joined forces with volunteers from local McDonalds branches to spruce up Zetland Park.
Picnic tables and benches throughout the park have been repainted, and many bags of rubbish were filled as volunteers tackled the litter.
Planting also took place thanks to funding from Zetland ward councillors Josh Mason and Neil OBrien, as well as donations from McDonalds and Longbeck Nurseries.
This partnership has come together under McDonalds Love Where You Live campaign, as well as the community-led project Love It. These campaigns are about taking pride in where you live and caring for your surroundings in order to create a better environment.
Andrew Pearson, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Councils Community Liaison Officer, organised the purchase of the paint and brushes and McDonald's provided rubbish bags and litter picking tools.
The group also freshened up a mural which was designed by Libby Smart, a pupil at John Emmerson Batty School in 2013.
Mary Lee, Treasurer of Friends of Zetland Parks, said: A huge thank you goes to the McDonald's 'Love where you live' scheme for providing money for the plants, and Longbeck Nurseries, who not only gave us an excellent discount but added extra shrubs for free.
McDonald's staff from four different branches, local residents, Friends of Zetland Park members and one of our Councillors, Josh Mason, spent over 5 hours working hard in the park and were all unpaid.
The park looked noticeably better for all the volunteers efforts and it demonstrates what can be achieved when the council, councillors, community groups and businesses work together.
Deep Clean of Redcar High Street
The Deep Clean of Redcar High Street took place on 23rd October 2016. Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council staff along with volunteers spent the day undertaking various work to make the High Street sparkle! A huge thank you goes to all staff and volunteers who took the time to get involved.
Deep Clean of Liverton Mines
The Deep Clean of Liverton Mines took place on 5th December 2016. All streets throughout the Liverton Mines area received a thorough clean with road sweeping, pavement sweeping and other cleansing works taking place.
Great British Spring Clean
Great British Spring Clean events took place throughout the borough between 3 and 5 March. We thank everyone who got involved with the Spring Clean.
Loftus Community Footpath Task
A Community Footpath Task took place in Loftus as part of the Love it campaign. The footpaths at Dam Street, Water Lane and Lingberry Garth had been identified as needing some attention by residents, who came out to support the activity. In total there were 14 volunteers from Loftus and local areas, supported by Redcar and Cleveland Council staff and together they cleared a total of a tonne of debris from the paths, which was made up of leaves, moss and soil which had encroached onto the surface. Refreshments and toilet facilities were kindly provided by Loftus Town Council.