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31 October 2016


On the run up to Bonfire night, The womens only community payback team and their supervisor Theresa will be working in partnership with Liverpool City Council to remove all stray bins off the highway.


Over the years, bins on the highway have been targeted by youths and set a light. This doesn't only come at a great cost to Liverpool City Council but creates a high demand for both the Police and Fire Brigade.


Theresa and the girls are fully aware that this is going to be a huge task as there are a large amount of stray bins in the identified areas. Local residents have been informed that Mission move the bins will take place on Friday 4th November and have thanked us for coming up with the idea. 


But, Mission move the bins won't end then, as on Monday 7th November, we will be out in force again to return the bins to their rightful homes.


Wishing a safe Bonfire night to all.


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