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Green and Clean Campaign comes to Hornchurch

Published: Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Havering Council’s Green and Clean campaign will be coming to Hacton Lane in Hornchurch on Wednesday 31 May 2017.

From 10am until 1pm volunteers will be joining Council staff to tidy up the area, plant some flowering plants and shrubs as well as generally make it a more pleasant place to live.

Community Clean-Ups are a great way in which residents can help tidy up their area and keep Havering a clean and green borough.

This month we are focusing on the area around Hacton Lane Hall in Haydock Close, Hornchurch. The hall is well used by community groups for their regular meetings and by local residents who hire it for family parties and celebrations.

Each month until October the Housing Services Community Engagement Team is coordinating clean-ups on different housing estates across Havering and we hope local residents will join in and help us make their area look good.