Published: 08:00, 25 March 2014 |
Updated: 09:12, 25 March 2014
Dartford council has decided to give the borough a spring clean and is inviting you to lend a hand.
The Deep Clean team blitzes different areas in the borough to improve the surroundings, tackling everything from graffiti and litter to overgrown pathways.
All you need to do is turn up and you will be provided with the equipment you will need to help the team clean up the area.
Parts of the Stone ward were cleaned on Monday and Tuesday last week with Sutton-at-Hone and Hawley wards being tackled on Thursday and Friday.
For a full list of wards being cleaned, see below.
For more information contact Nicola Harris on 01322 343411 or email Nicola.Harris@dartford.gov.uk
Tuesday 25 March - Heath Ward (parts of)
Wednesday 26 March - Heath Ward (parts of)
Thursday 27 March - Newtown and Town Wards
Friday 28 March - Newtown and Town Wards
Monday 31 March - Littlebrook and Joyce Green Wards
Tuesday 1 April - Littlebrook and Joyce Green Wards
Wednesday 2 April - Littlebrook and Joyce Green Wards
Thursday 3 April - Longfield, New Barn & Southfleet Ward (parts of) and Bean (parts of)
Friday 4 April - Longfield, New Barn & Southfleet Ward (parts of) and Bean (parts of)
Monday 7 April - Greenhithe Ward
Tuesday 8 April - Greenhithe Ward
Wednesday 9 April - Swanscombe Ward
Thursday 10 April - Swanscombe Ward
Friday 11 April - Swanscombe Ward
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