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Don't Muck About in Sowerby Bridge

Don't Muck About in Sowerby Bridge

Together Housing have joined partners from Calderdale Council as part of a clean up week in Sowerby Bridge.

Don’t Muck About, organised by Calderdale Council and supported by Environmental  and Neighbourhood staff at Together Housing Group, has  already seen dozens of bags of rubbish picked up by housing and council staff and community volunteers, including children who gave up part of their half-term break.

Mark Patterson, Neighbourhood Manager for Calderdale at Together Housing, said people wanted to live in areas they felt proud of: “With its many shops, cafes, canal and riverside walks, Sowerby Bridge is a great place to live, but it’s important to keep any area clean and tidy and we’re delighted to be involved with this.

“On this occasion it’s been great that it’s not only our staff getting involved, but members of the local community too; we welcome everyone getting involved to make Calderdale communities great places to live.”

He added that Together Housing were doing further work at nearby Pollit Fields, hoping to create new homes that people would be proud to live in.

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Kevin does public relations and digital inclusion work across Together Housing Group.

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