Community wins celebrity clean-up

Local residents roll up their sleeves to join the K�rcher Clean Squad and Keep Britain Tidy as they spruce up Gladstone Street in Blyth. The street was chosen as the winner of K�rcher Cleans Britain, a national competition run in association with Keep Britain Tidy, which encourages people to take pride in their local areas.
Local residents roll up their sleeves to join the K�rcher Clean Squad and Keep Britain Tidy as they spruce up Gladstone Street in Blyth. The street was chosen as the winner of K�rcher Cleans Britain, a national competition run in association with Keep Britain Tidy, which encourages people to take pride in their local areas.
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One lucky community has received a make-over thanks to a competition with a cleaning specialist and television presenter Sarah Beeny.

Residents in Gladstone Street, Blyth, were treated to a celebrity-style tidy up after being chosen as the winner of the Kärcher Cleans Britain 2013 competition.

On Monday, they were be visited by property guru Sarah and the expert cleaning squad from Kärcher and Keep Britain Tidy, who spruced up their street and left it sparkling.

Helen Bingham, marketing manager at Keep Britain Tidy, said: “We’re pleased to be working with Kärcher on this campaign. At Keep Britain Tidy we are passionate about helping people to tidy up their local communities.

“Our partnership with Kärcher means that communities across the country will now be better equipped than ever to clean up.”

The Kärcher Cleans Britain campaign is in its third year and aims to encourage people to clean up their streets and keep them tidy throughout 2013 and beyond.

Sarah said: “I’m very excited to be working on the third Kärcher Cleans Britain campaign.

“Keeping our communities clean and taking pride in our local areas is something I’m really excited to get behind.

“It’s great to be able to give areas such as this one in Blyth the spruce up its residents deserve.”