Bid to clean up area

A clear cut campaign

A clear cut campaign

First published in News

A campaign encouraging residents to keep their neighbourhood clean has been introduced in Littlemore.

Oxford City Council’s Cleaner, Greener Oxford campaign will target littering, graffiti, dog fouling and fly-tipping within the area by imposing on-the-spot fines of £80.

The campaign was launched in the area on Saturday and will run throughout this month.

The council will also work with agencies to improve recycling and waste issues.

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10:06am Mon 30 Jun 14

Quentin Walker says...

How sad that Society has reached such a low that people have to be reminded (in some cases, taught) to keep their own environment clean.
How sad that Society has reached such a low that people have to be reminded (in some cases, taught) to keep their own environment clean. Quentin Walker
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