A series of fortnightly summer clean-ups on the banks of the River Aire in Kirkstall have been announced.
Six months after the Boxing Day floods devastated parts of Kirkstall, volunteers are still working hard to get the area back to where it was before the River Aire burst its banks and left businesses and homes under several feet of water.
The latest set of clean-ups cleanups have been organised by Team Kirkstall. The first event is this Sunday, July 10, and all are welcome to attend.
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In June Team Kirkstall organised a successful riverside clean-up which saw more than 4,600kg of waste removed from the riverbank, including rubbish and tyres, by volunteers.