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Help us stop fly-tipping and join Recorder’s Pride in Redbridge campaign

PUBLISHED: 12:56 14 July 2016 | UPDATED: 12:56 14 July 2016

The Recorder has launched the Pride in Redbridge campaign to encourage everyone to play their part in keeping the borough clean.

The Recorder has launched the Pride in Redbridge campaign to encourage everyone to play their part in keeping the borough clean.

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The Recorder is calling on readers to join our new campaign to tackle fly-tipping, littering and anti-social behaviour.

Cllr Ross Hatfull at the launch of Redbridge Council's civic pride campaign.Cllr Ross Hatfull at the launch of Redbridge Council's civic pride campaign.

In tandem with Redbridge Council, the Recorder will be running our Pride in Redbridge campaign over the next month, highlighting the good work being done by volunteers across the borough.

We will be focusing on the work being done by the council, such as what happens when residents report problems, and how fly-tippers are caught and prosecuted.

Our reporters are also keen to get their hands dirty and chip in on the ground with community clean-ups.

Is your street in need of a spruce up? Let us know an area in Redbridge which you think needs some attention.

Whether it’s a fly-tipping magnet, or untidy gardens are a blight, the Recorder team is planning to take hands-on action to clean up the borough as part of our Pride in Redbridge campaign.

Either email the name of your street to laura.burnip@archant.co.uk and explain why it needs some TLC, or tweet us @ilfordrecorder.

If you’re holding an event, or want to promote the positive action being taken in your community, let us know by calling the news desk on 020 8477 3858, emailing laura.burnip@archant.co.uk or tweeting @ilfordrecorder.

See today’s Recorder for more about Pride in Redbridge and how you can get involved.


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