Six Town Housing and partners - including Greater Manchester Police, Bury Council’s Environmental Health team and the Achieve drug and alcohol outreach service – are working alongside residents to tackle reports of fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour on St Thomas estate in Radcliffe.

The group hosted an all-day information trailer on 24th October, providing residents with a chance to talk about any concerns they have. Local people received a letter inviting them to the event.

A spokesperson for Six Town Housing said, “Fly-tipping and littering is a blight on our neighbourhoods. While this is down to a minority of residents, it has a negative impact within communities. We want to work closely with tenants to investigate incidents so that they can be stopped and would welcome anyone from St Thomas who wants to volunteer their time to support our working group. Please speak to your Neighbourhood Advisor for more information on how to get involved.”

Residents from St Thomas can also join a Facebook group to share community news and connect with others living on the estate.

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