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Posted 06 April 2017

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EASTER themed free events will be taking place across North Lincolnshire as part of our Neighbourhood Pride plans.

The events will take place in Barton, Scunthorpe and Ulceby during the Easter holidays. They are part of a series of longer running Neighbourhood Pride events which will be happening throughout the year as part of our 10 year anniversary celebrations.

Our staff will be hosting fun, free and informative events for tenants and families, to work together to keep communities clean and tidy. There will be an Easter egg hunt, litter picking, games for tenants and their families to get involved in and even a guest appearance from Ongo Bear.

Caroline Twilley, Customer Engagement Officer, said: “These events are a great way for us to deliver important messages about keeping communities tidy and other environmental issues.

“We’ve held Neighbourhood Pride events in the past and they’ve always been well attended by people of all ages. We know our tenants are proud of where they live, and by working together we can help to keep their community a great place to live.”

Full details of the Easter events are as follows:

  • 11 April - meet at the Viking Centre Fairfield Drive, Barton, 1.00pm-3.00pm
  • 19 April - Earls Walk area (Cottage Beck road), Scunthorpe, 12.30pm-2.30pm
  • 21 April - Martins road, Ulceby, 1.00pm – 3.00pm

Neighbourhood Pride events taking place later on in the year include:

  • 30 May – Westcliff, Scunthorpe
  • 8 June – Manor Gardens, Crowle
  • 28 June – Ashtree Close, Belton

More details to come about these events.

To keep up to date with the latest Ongo news and events, visit the website www.ongo.co.uk

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