Big clean-up at ‘black paths’

Lord Mayor Darryn Causby and Margaret Tinsley with some of those who took part in the Big Spring Clean.
Lord Mayor Darryn Causby and Margaret Tinsley with some of those who took part in the Big Spring Clean.

The ‘black paths’ close to Craigavon’s central retail area got a clean up recently - with even the Lord Mayor pitching in to help.

Lord Mayor of Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Cllr Darryn Causby with Cllr Margaret Tinsley helped out at the Big Spring Clean with staff from Council, Asda and Starbucks.

Pamela Hanna and Trevor Clydesdale from Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council who successfully organised the Adopt a Street Big Clean along with staff from Council, Asda and Starbucks.

Pamela Hanna and Trevor Clydesdale from Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council who successfully organised the Adopt a Street Big Clean along with staff from Council, Asda and Starbucks.

Over lunchtime everyone cleaned the black paths. More than 11 bags of rubbish and recycled waste were collected in the area which had been cleaned by Council’s Waste Management less than two weeks ago.

Both Asda and Starbucks are signed up to the Council’s Adopt- a Street scheme.

The clean was organised by Environmental Health’s Community Engagement Officer.

ABC Councillor Margaret Tinsley helping out at the Big Spring Clean organised by Council. Over 11 bags of rubbish was collected in an area previously cleaned less than 2 weeks ago by Council's Waste Management.

ABC Councillor Margaret Tinsley helping out at the Big Spring Clean organised by Council. Over 11 bags of rubbish was collected in an area previously cleaned less than 2 weeks ago by Council's Waste Management.