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Queen's University Staff and Student Community Clean up

Queen's University staff and students took part in a community clean up on Wednesday 21 November, the initiative organised by Queen's University Estates, Public Engagement, The Students' Union and Student Wellbeing, supported by Belfast City Council.

Queen's University staff and students took part in a community clean up on Wednesday 21 November, the initiative organised by Queen's University Estates, Public Engagement, The Students' Union and Student Wellbeing, supported by Belfast City Council; was a massive success boasting the highest numbers ever recorded for a University clean up.

Volunteers joined from across the University, staff and students to take to the streets and make a real difference to our local environment. Doing our bit to help remove litter from the streets of South Belfast.

Volunteers met initially in the Hub, on the ground floor of the Student Guidance Centre, for a short safety briefing and to collect their litter picking equipment. Then it was out to the streets to clean the streets and recycle were possible.

Queen's University Community Engagement Manager, Mr Dee Corbett noted; "It was fantastic to see growing support for this initiative from staff and students across the University".