Litterpick – Community Pitch In!

Meet up – have a chat with neighbours then do some tidying!

Sunday March 17th, 2pm-4pm

If there’s an area of your neighbourhood or street you want to see tackled, we’ll do it together, and make an assessment of other areas to see what further action can be taken.

We’re particularly interested to hear ideas about what should happen with the land behind Chicken Cottage which has been repeatedly fly-tipped.

Hope to see you there!

Meet at the top of Norwood Place. We have litter-pickers and some bags but yard brushes and tools are welcome if you want to bring some. We also have a bag of gloves, but don’t wear your best clothes and feel free to bring your own gloves if you have them!

Give me a bell on 07743471764 if you want to chat about it – Dave (Clifton Place) – Add yourself on Facebook as well: https://www.facebook.com/events/2105228199571678/

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Litterpick Bus – Gallery

Our Litterpick Event held on Sunday 28th of February was a great success!

Thanks a lot to everybody that took part – we didn’t get everyone’s names but it included children and parents from Shipley C or E School, Green Councillor Kevin Warnes and a wide range of residents and their kids.  Special shout out to the lads who pushed the trolley with litter pickers around for hours.

Well done everyone and well done Norwood Neighbourhood Association.  The place looks 100 times better!

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Join the Litterpick Bus!

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Join the Litterpick Bus!

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Sunday 28th of Feb

Join us for a long or as little as you like.  Just for 10 minutes outside your house, business or walking route will help.  Or just bring us a cup of tea/refreshments out to the volunteers!

This event is being organised by the Norwood Neighbourhood Association (www.norwoodneighbourhood.org) and is led by David Robison (mob: 07743471764 / e-mail danger.robison@gmail.com)

 


C of E pick area2pm – Shipley C of E Primary School surrounds

Meet by School gate on Manor Lane.  We’ll be picking up the litter on the streets immediately around the school.

In particular we want to clear the footpath at the back of the School).  We’ll also tackle the back of Birklands Rd, and a little bit of Selborne Terrace, Castle Rd and a little bit of Otley Rd and Manor Lane (the bits that are very near the School).

 

 

 

 

 

 


2playing field.30pm – The Playing field opposite the School.

We’ll be cleaning up the areas around the two paths (a nice route to walk to School, if there wasn’t so much litter!), all the way up to Norwood Place.

If you can help us for a little while, it would be great to have your company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


norwoods3.00pm – The Norwoods (1):

Meeting towards the bottom of Norwood Place.  To litter pick around Norwood Place, Norwood Terrace and Norwood St.

 

 

3.30pm – The Norwoods (2):

Meet where Norwood St meets Norwood Road.  To clean Norwood Rd, Norwood Ave and Alton Grove.

 

 

 

 

 


 

clifton4.00pm – Clifton Place, back-streets, Bargrange Av and a small section of Bradford Road

Meet on Clifton Place (by the hair dressers)

 

 

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More details about the litterpick

Shipley Clean up!

Sunday 28th of Feb: Please join us in cleaning up our streets and playing field – around Shipley C of E, Norwoods and surrounding area

When: 2:00pm Shipley Church of England School (Manor lane gate) to clean School surrounds
2:30pm Playing field clean-up
3:00pm Norwoods (meet by playing field Norwood Place)
4.00pm Clifton Place and Bargrange Av

What to bring: Decent shoes/boots, we’ll provide gloves, bags and litter picking tools
Organiser: Dave Robison – e-mail danger.robison@gmail.com | mob: 07743471764

Around this time of year, our streets and playing areas can start to look like a bit of a mess. It doesn’t have to be like this.  We are going to clean up and re-cycle what we can.  Please join us!

If you don’t want to pick up the litter yourself, you can still help us by offering moral support or cups of tea!  Or feel free just to come and have a chat.  If there are other things you’d like to see done in or around our street come and talk.

This event has been organised in conjunction with Norwood Neighbourhood Association (http://www.norwoodneighbourhood.org).

 

Everyone is welcome!

 

 

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Clifton Place Clean-Up!

Clean up Clifton Place!

Please join us in cleaning up the street and back-streets.

(Tea and cake provided!)

When: Sunday 9th November, 1.30pm
Where: Meet outside 57 Clifton Place.
What to bring: Decent shoes/boots and anything you think might be useful, we’ll provide gloves,
bags and litter picking tools.

Organiser: Dave Robison – e-mail d.robison ‘at’ bradford.ac.uk | mob: 0774 347 1764

We are going to spend an hour tidying up the litter and dumped items from down the street. We want to clean up and re-cycle what we can. This event was a great success last March when 15 residents helped out. These back-streets can be nice, safe and clean places
to walk up and down and for children to play in, or just nicer to look out on!

If you don’t want to pick up the litter yourself, you can still help us by offering moral support or cups of tea! Or feel free just to come and have a chat. If there are other things you’d like to see done in or around our street come and talk. This event has been organised in conjunction with Norwood Neighbourhood Association.

We are meeting at 1.30pm on Sunday at the bottom of Clifton Place (just outside number 57 – Dave and Cathy’s house). Everyone is
welcome.

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Norwood Neighbourhood Association
Spring Gathering
& Annual General Meeting
Children welcome

1st April 2012 2pm – 4pm
St Margaret’s Church Hall
Shipley Fields Road
Frizinghall BD18 2DH

Refreshments and Snacks
Have your say
Project Updates
Quiz fun

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Resident’s Survey Results

Resident’s Survey Results

Thanks to everyone who took part in our Resident’s survey at the back end of 2011. There was an excellent response rate. A copy of the full report is available to down load . The report will also be available in print at our AGM on the 1st April 2012.

What did we ask? The survey asked questions about Community areas, Community spirit, Appearance, Crime and anti-social behaviour, Planning and land development, traffic management and information requirements. Of these, you told us that your key priorities were:

  • Litter and Fly-tipping
  • Reducing Crime and Anti-social Behaviour
  • Traffic Management, Road Safety and Speed Reduction

What Now? As a result of the survey we have spoken to representatives from the local police and council who endorse the report. They have also agreed to work with us to implement a number of improvements as a result of the survey. Watch out as improvements are made over the coming months.

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