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After the Carnival and the crowds the big clean-up started with 200 people working in the early hours to remove an estimated 290 tonnes of rubbish.
Tuesday 8 September, St Cuthbert’s Church, Philbeach Gardens, SW5 from 7pm to 9pm. You’ll have an opportunity to question Post Office officials on their proposals.
Way back in 2006, when I was Cabinet Member for Regeneration and the Environment, we set up the North Kensington Environment Project to tackle what some people called ‘grot spots’. The term referred to areas, varying in size, character and ownership, that were underused or neglected and because of a lack of care had become a magnet for litter, graffiti, fly-posting – all of which cast a gloomy shadow over the surrounding areas..
Carnival clean-up 01 September 2015
Council removes over 100 illegal adverts27 August 2015
Get connected with the latest Carnival app26 August 2015
GCSE results celebrated in borough schools21 August 2015