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Community clean-up effort makes a difference in Friswells Hill

The newly-formed Friswells Hill Neighbourhood Watch Group has announced its first community clean-up of the Pembroke neighbourhood.

Residents joined local MP Michael Weeks and Keep Bermuda Beautiful staff over the weekend, to paint over graffiti, pick up litter and pull weeds.

Police officers from the East, Central and West offices pitched in their effort was followed by a barbecue for everyone involved.

The Friswells Hill Neighborhood Watch Group plans to foster community spirit and bring together more residents by hosting other community events in the coming months, a police spokesman said.

l Teamwork (right): Bermuda Police Service Community Action Team attended the first community clean up in the Friswells Hill area organised by the newly formed Neighborhood Watch Group. They worked alongside Keep Bermuda Beautiful staff, Minister of Community Development and local MP Michael Weeks and local residents.

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Published August 25, 2011 at 10:00 am (Updated August 25, 2011 at 10:01 am)

Community clean-up effort makes a difference in Friswells Hill

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