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Love your street day

Tamer Road in Sleaford was the first of many streets to get the Love Your Street treatment from us.

Acis volunteers, residents and ground maintenance team Continental Landscapes worked together to clean Tamer Road of any rubbish and litter. In total 15 bags of rubbish was collected from the street and communal bins.

A free lunch was then provided at midday at Sleaford Methodist Church with craft and decorating workshops taking place too.

Penny Shaw,our Safer Communities Officer, said: “We want to celebrate the customers that live in our homes and we want to encourage our customers to connect with one another. It’s a chance for customers to take care of their community, speak to us and take pride in where they live.

“We hope to continue this project on other streets across all our areas with the next Love Your Street day happening in Grimsby in the next few months.”

Susan Bolton, an Acis customer who lives on Tamer Road, said: “It’s important to have a sense of pride in where you live. I in particular teach my children not to put rubbish in the street and say that it should go in the bin. I just think you should value where you live.”

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