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An area blighted by litter around the Parsons Road playground has been spruced up by residents alongside the police Community Action Team.

The volunteer effort was organised courtesy of Keep Bermuda Beautiful.

KBB Executive Director Anne Hyde said the area of Pembroke, popular with young people, had been subject to “many complaints in recent months”.

Sergeant Scott Devine of the Community Action Team said it had been “only right that we come out and offer our support” for the effort to tackle neighbourhood decay.

Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)
Parsons Road park photo essay: nestled in the North Street area along Parsons Road you can find and abundance of life and tranquility in what is commonly believed to be a hostile area, and invisible border between two of Bermuda's most infamous gangs the Parsons Road park can hold many hidden treasures. ( Photos by Glenn Tucker)

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Published January 18, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 18, 2013 at 12:13 am)

Residents, Police and KBB unite to clean up park

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