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Keep Mercer Beautiful

Mercer Community Koheroa Road, Mercer

We are Billy and Jack Havord and we want to clean up the rubbish we see when we walk to school. We have got adults with a ute and trailer that can take the rubbish away. If you would like to help clean up a bit of roadside we would love for you to join […]


Foxton Beach Clean Up

Foxton Beach Pinewood Road, Foxton Beach

Keep New Zealand Beautiful is once again asking Kiwis to 'Do the Right Thing' and come together to make a collective difference by getting involved in this year's Clean Up Week between September 13- 19. The community pride Initiative, run annually by Keep New Zealand Beautiful, inspires businesses, schools, community groups and individuals to actively […]

Klean up Kaitaia

Old Pak n Save Commerce Street, Kaitata

The local St John Youth will be doing another clean up in the central part of town. You are welcome to come join us.

Lake Dunstan Clean Up

Lake Dunstan Butcher Drive, Cromwell

Bring the whole family along and spend the morning improving Lake Dunstan's Shoreline, Cromwell. This is our 11th annual lake clean up led by passionate community groups and locals. We are committed to making our shoreline a safer and happier place for everyone. Area: Richards Beach to McNulty inlet. Feel free to join at any […]

Hawea Clean Up Day

Hawea Clean Up Day 9 Flora Dora Parade, Lake Hawea

Join us for our Clean Up Week 2021 event.

Earnscleugh Road Clean Up

Earnscleugh Road Clean Up Earnscleugh Road, Alexandra, Alexandra

Rubbish pickup along Earnscleugh Road from Alexandra town boundary to Clyde Bridge

Clean Up Kumara

Seddon Street Rugby Field 15 Seddon Street, Kumara

Join us for our Clean Up Week 2021 event

SAK79 Keeping Whanganui Beautiful

Whanganui Masonic Centre 36 Dublin Street., Whanganui

The St. Andrew Kilwinning Masonic Lodge No. 79 will provide several lodge members to walk the streets within one square mile of the Whanganui Masonic Centre on Saturday 18th September 2021, picking up rubbish and mindfully disposing of it.

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