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Cleaning up with a helping of fun.

Residents of Eston's Bankfields estate are being urged to get involved in events to show what their area has to offer.

Redcar and Cleveland Council is leading a multi-agency taskforce for a week of clean-up activities, backed by a series of fun events and advice sessions.

There will be daily clean-ups, housing advice and welfare rights surgeries, home fire safety checks and free dog micro-chipping.

The week has been dubbed Operation ECO (Environment Challenges Opportunity) and residents have been given a timetable and map to show event locations.

The timetable includes an Eston Hills history walk on Monday, an Earth Walk in the grounds of Bankfields Primary School on Tuesday, a birdwatching event at Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park on Wednesday, June 8, and an Eco Walk on the Eston Hills on Friday, June 9.
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jun 4, 2005
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