A socially distanced clean-up of Brecon’s Bus Interchange will take place on Sunday 13th September at 11am.
The event is being organised by Brecon’s County Councillors as part of the “Team Brecon” project. Anyone interested in helping out will need to register on the day to ensure social distancing and track and trace guidelines are followed.
The clean-up is the latest project Team Brecon volunteers are taking on after they spent August working on town centre clean-ups, planting flower beds and improving the Promenade.
St Mary Ward Councillor Liz Rijnenberg says:
“Brecon is a beautiful town and we’re working to help improve it for the community. Throughout August we have cleaned streets, planted flower beds and worked with businesses to get the town going again because we want residents and visitors to enjoy coming into Brecon.
“The impact of COVID-19 on Market Towns like Brecon hasn’t been fully realised but we are going to do all we can to help Brecon build back better.”
St John Ward Councillor Matthew Dorrance added:
“Team Brecon’s next project is a clean-up of the Bus Interchange. We hope that our work will help create a positive experience for people arriving in Brecon. There is a lot of work to do and help from community volunteers is really appreciated.
“If you’re able to help out, please come along on Sunday 13th September and bring a brush if you can.”