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Published 1st Mar 2011

Boro Becks wildflowers photo by Middlesbrough Council

People are being invited to help tidy up the becks in Middlesbrough.

The Boro Becks Team are leading the community litter picks to help clean up the becks throughout March.

The litter picks take place at:

Marton West Beck on Wednesday, March 2. Meet at Sutton House Centre, Sutton Way at 10:30am

Middle Beck: Wednesday, March 9. Meet at Charlbury Road Community Centre at 10:30am.

Ormesby Beck: Wednesday, March 16. Meet at Park End Community Centre at 1pm.

Spencer Beck: Thursday, March 24. Meet at Thorntree Park Pavilion at 10:30am.

Sammy Brown, Project Coordinator for the Boro Becks Team, said: “Spring is an ideal time to get out an about and look after your area.

“So come along and join in!”

Please wear warm waterproof clothing and outdoor footwear.

For more information, please ring the Boro Becks Team on 01642 515618 or email borobecks@middlesbrough.gov.uk

Useful links

Boro Becks on facebook

Boro Becks on flickr

Boro Becks Group on flickr

@BoroBecksTeam on twitter



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