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Meeting encourages people to ‘Keep Armley Tidy’

Residents in Armley can find out more about the Keep Armley Tidy (KAT) campaign at a special public meeting this week.

Community group AllTogether Armley are organising the event, on Tuesday, 12th September, 2017 and are hoping people will sign up to the campaign.

Reacting to requests from residents will be available to discuss the Keep Armley Tidy campaign. You can join them at 6pm at Armley One Stop.

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The first community clean-up was held earlier this summer. Photo: All Together Armley

The campaign has already seen community litter picks involving schools, residents and businesses. New KAT branded bins have been placed on Town Street and earlier in the year community groups created signage in six different languages. 

A spokesperson for ATA said:

“This is about the community and businesses working together to find solutions to issues including litter, graffiti, fly tipping and dog fouling.”

For more information, contact alltogetherarmley@gmail.com.






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