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Cleaning Up in Lyndon – Lib Dems Launch ‘Keep Solihull Clean’ Campaign

by Ade Adeyemo on 27 October, 2015

Lyndon Cleanup Team

Lib Dem Team Collecting Litter in Lyndon

Liberal Democrat Councillors and Activists launched their ‘Keep Solihull Clean’ campaign by going out litter picking in Lyndon around the garages at the back of the Hobs Moat shops (behind Tesco Express) and also in Olton Jubilee Park.

Lib Dem Team Collecting Litter in Lyndon

Lib Dem Cllrs Tony Ludlow, Irene Chamberlain and Ade Adeyemo inspect rubbish fly tipped by the Hobs Moat garages

They were inspired by Keep Britain Tidy and their “Big Tidy Up” campaigns, and the Lib Dem team were led by Councillors Irene Chamberlain, Martin Hewings and Tony Ludlow.

Lib Dem Team Collecting Litter in Lyndon

Cllr Martin Hewings inspects rubbish fly tipped by the Hobs Moat garages.

Commenting, Ade Adeyemo, Chairman of the Solihull Lib Dems said, “We found a lot more than we bargained for at the back of the Hobs Moat shops and Councillor Tony Ludlow has written to Solihull Council to ask them to clear away the large items that have been dumped there, including sofas and two large steel gates!

Lib Dem Team Collecting Litter in Lyndon

Lib Dem Councillors Chamberlain, Ludlow and Hewings collecting rubbish in Olton Jubilee Park

There were several cheerful comments from local residents as our Lib Dem team picked up litter, including one person who asked if we were ‘doing Community Service’.  Yes, we were, but not the kind of community service he was talking about!”

Lib Dem Team Collecting Litter in Lyndon

Going to great lengths to collect rubbish in Olton Jubilee Park

If you would like to join the Solihull Lib Dems in their ‘Keep Solihull Clean’ campaign, please visit http://www.solihull-libdems.org.uk/get_involved.

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  1. James Warwick says:

    Great news, perhaps we residents in Brackleys way who back on to the council garages could also receive a response to our requests on the future of the garages in the Brackleys way cul-de-sac. We have been been told to vacate by 6th November for what was initially in order to provide additional parking (now apparently not as it was a “mistake in the letter”) due to unsocial behaviour ( not really apparent) under use (50% are used) and beyond economic repair ( never seen any investment of these units) we have become very concerned with this situation and are not receiving any clarity on the future plans of this site……have emailed Ade and anticipate a reply some time soon. Surely we should be given the respect of knowing what the future for us as residents.

    Jim Warwick

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