Sandyford gets the “Respect” it deserves

A day of action to put some respect back into Sandyford is to take place on Monday 12th December.

The aim of the day is to make the area around Ridge Road to be a cleaner and safer place for everyone to live, work and play.

Respect Action is all about working together. The council, Staffordshire Police, Staffordshire Fire & Rescue, voluntary groups including S.A.G.E. McDonald’s, local residents and other organisations are all working to make things better for your local area.

A free skip service is available for every resident to use and giving them the opportunity to help make the local area tidier. Free skips are available from between 9.00 a.m. & 2.00 p.m. and will be located in Sandy Road, Ridge Road, Russell Road, Russell Place and Wignall Road.

Most important – it is residents responsibility to take waste to the skips and to load it themselves. Anyone caught leaving waste in alleyways or on the pavements could be fined. On the day Environmental Crime officers will be working in the area.

Items not accepted in the skips are – Asbestos, Gas cylinders/bottles, Car batteries, Any electrical items, TVs or IT equipment, Paint tins, Large amounts of rubble, Fluorescent tubes, Fridges/freezers, Tyres, Washers/dryers or Toxic chemical containers.

For more information on how to dispose of the items listed above, please contact 01782 234000.

WHAT ELSE IS TAKING PLACE ?

  • Community Payback will be strimming back overgrown land
  • New litter bins are being installed
  • A barrier is being installed in Sandy Road stopping vehicles from accessing the green space
  • City Council Environment Tean and Environmental Crime Unit will be in the area throughout the day
  • Staffordshire Fire & Rescue will be offering advice and conducting FREE home fire safety checks
  • FREE crime prevention equipment will be available from the police van
  • Children from St Joseph’s Goldenhill Community Sports College and McDonald’s Staff will be conducting a litter pick in the area
  • Street Pastors will be patrolling the neighbourhood, talking to local residents

Come along to meet Councillor Garner and local police officers at the police van at McDonald’s between 10.00 a.m. & 8.00 p.m.

http://www.stoke.gov.uk/ccm/portal/

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