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Ryedale District Council takes action with the community to keep waterways clear in Malton and Norton

Malton and Norton Canoe Club, Malton and Norton Tidy Group, and Ryedale District Council have been working together to help remove discarded items from part of the River Derwent.

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Joining forces to stop littering in Kirkbymoorside

Ryedale District Council and Kirkbymoorside Town Council are joining forces to tackle litter in two laybys in Kirkbymoorside.

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Ryedale gets to work for the Great British Spring Clean litter picking bonanza

The challenge is on for residents in Ryedale - Keep Britain Tidy has launched the Great British Spring Clean encouraging #LitterHeroes to join forces as part of the #BigBagChallenge. Communities record how many bags of litter they have filled from their picking pursuits and inform Keep Britain Tidy to see how much has been collected across the country.

Communities in Ryedale always step up to the challenge and this year Ryedale District Council is encouraging everyone to join in the Great British Spring Clean which started on 25 March and ends on 10 April.

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Residents encouraged to ‘get green fingers’ in Ryedale

Ryedale District Council is playing its part to support residents to ‘get green fingers’ by launching its garden waste service for 2022-2023, which costs £38 a year.

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Christmas rubbish and recycling collections and tips for a greener Christmas from Ryedale District Council

Ryedale District Council is encouraging citizens to reduce their waste and recycle more this Christmas with its Greener Christmas campaign.

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Garden waste subscriptions are open - keep your plastic bin tag if you're renewing!

Subscriptions to Ryedale District Council’s garden waste service for the year 2021/2022 are now
open.

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Ryedale District Council takes action to reduce plastic from the environment with its garden waste subscriptions

Ryedale District Council is taking action to reduce climate change, by decreasing the amount of plastic waste it puts into the environment.