Landlord helps estate to take out the trash

21 October 2016 - Latest news

A recent litter-pick organised by East Durham Homes has made the streets of South Hetton cleaner and safer. cleanup3

With the help of pupils from South Hetton Primary School, representatives from South Hetton Residents’ Association, Durham Constabulary, and repairs contractor Morrison, 10 bags of rubbish were collected from the Windsor Drive area of the estate.

More than 20 volunteers helped to comb the streets for rubbish and waste and highlight areas for potential future improvements.

Carole Tilley, Customer Involvement Officer at East Durham Homes, said: “We hold regular estate walkabouts to ensure our streets are maintained to a high standard.

“It’s fantastic that so many people of all ages have got involved in the event, which really does help to instil pride in the community.”

East Durham Homes holds regular estate walkabouts with local residents to identify areas for improvements.

For more information about inspections in your area call 0800 032 0835 or email getinvolved@eastdurhamhomes.co.uk

Photos attached: Children from South Hetton Primary and local stakeholders take part in a litter-pick organised by East Durham Homes.

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