Throughout March, Islington Labour councillors are joining forces with the local community in a ‘spring clean’ programme in four areas of the borough.
Starting in Nag’s Head town centre last week, grot spots will be tackled with litter picks, graffiti removal, pavement cleaning and other measures to clean up our streets.
The roving programme moves to Finsbury Park this week, then on to Archway from 16th March, and Cally Road from 23rd March.
Cllr Claudia Webbe, Executive Member for Environment & Transport, said: “We are determined to make sure our town centres and main high streets are welcoming and clean for the residents and businesses that live and work in our community.
“It’s been great to see the impact the first exercise has had in Nag’s Head, and I am really pleased that councillors have joined the community and lent a hand.”
If you see a grot spot in any of the areas listed above, you can tweet a photo and the location accompanied by the following hashtags – #CleanUpFinsburyPark, #CleanUpNagsHead, #CleanUpArchway, and #CleanUpCallyRoad -; and this will alert the council to the problem.