Clear-up day blitz on Nelson’s Bradley area

Volunteers in the Bradley clean-up, with rubbish they collected. (S)
Volunteers in the Bradley clean-up, with rubbish they collected. (S)

Nelson’s Bradley Residents Association – in partnership with Bradley Primary School, police cadets and Whitefield Youth Association – organised a clean-up day recently to coincide with national Community Clear Up Day.

Part of the Keep Britain Tidy Campaign, spokesman Mr Javed Khan said: “The clean-up started at Hey Street Play Area and included Queen Street, Bradley Hall Road and the back of Leeds Road.

“Bradley Ward Residents’ Association chairman and Nelson Town Councillor Mohammad Aslam stated the clean-up was welcomed by residents and personally thanked Cath’s Cafe for providing refreshments to the volunteers, and the volunteers and local organisations and police cadets for their support and involvement in the Clear Up Day.”