Take a look at how some of you have
helped support our #OngoGoGreen project
Separate your waste
alented tenants at Ashtree Close in
Belton helped create a sign for their local
Household Recycling Centre.
At our recent Neighbourhood Pride events
tenants created a sign made out of recyclable
items as part of the Waste Management Team at
North Lincolnshire Council's campaign.
They put their creative skills to the test
and made a sign that spelt out 'separate' to
encourage local residents to recycle rather than
putting all their rubbish in their general waste.
ardening workshops took place at the
Caistor Road estate in Barton as part
of a wider project to tidy up the area.
There were three workshops for tenants
to get involved in. Each one had a
different theme, with the aim of bringing
the community together, encouraging
tenants to take pride in their gardens
and an opportunity for tenants to learn
The themes for the workshops were:
• Grow your own: learning how to
grow your own produce, including
fruit, vegetables and herbs
• Creating hanging baskets: a
workshop to learn which flowers
work well in hanging baskets and
how to display them to show off their
• Decorating pots: using recycled
materials to spruce up garden pots
ur Estate Services team had a
number of recycling games at
their stall this year at the
The games included recycle golf,
litterpick frenzy and tin can
Well done to the talented Tyler
Strong, who was the overall
winner of all three games and
won himself a new skateboard.
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