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City Clean-Up

16,17,18 April 2019

This is the second year of operating City Clean Up along with other organisations and the community.  This is a great event where businesses and the community join forces to clean/tidy/litter pick to encourage pride within Truro and shout out 'We love Truro'. 

Working in partnership with stalwart Truronian Paul Caruana, his contacts with community groups and supported by Cornwall Clean, Biffa and Kartha, has enabled this  event to be successful, including a large number of community organisations; Truro Lions, Truro Scouts, Cornwall Fire & Rescue, Rosedale Community Association, New Beginning Community Association, Pen An Dre Residents Association and Tregurra Residents Association mobilised by Damien Richards (Community Development Officer for Truro City Council). Truro City Council Parks Department have also been really proactive pressure washing various Opes and alley ways. 

Truro BID Businesses who have been involved in the past include; Wilko, Uneeka, Stephens Scown Merchant House, Hawkins Bazaar, Stratton Creber, The Cornish Food Box, Truro & Penwith College, Nalders Solicitors, Miller Commercial, Pennyworths, Truro in Bloom and The Alverton have contributed to the project. Newham BID Businesses include; Cornish Mutual, RRL Cornwall, TMS Environmental, BLS Estates, Vickery Holman, World Wide Financial Planning and others.

If you are a business and wish to be involved in our City Clean Up this spring 2019, then please email by Friday 15th of March 2019.

If you are a member of the public and with to assist, please get in touch with Community Volunteer Paul Caruana on email who is organising similar activities to take place in Truro's surrounding neighbourhoods. Damien Richards ( will be mobilising Truro community groups as well.  We will supply high visibility vests, bags, hoops and litter sticks.



The City Clean-Up event is also incorporating the works of the current ReFill Cornwall, Final Straw and Clean Cornwall campaigns