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January Cleansing Report

The cleansing team have had a busy start to 2024 with stormy working conditions and dedicated cleansing ahead of Bristol Light Festival.


BID Lead

After a stormy start to 2024, the cleansing team got to work responding to several levy payer requests, tackling both graffiti removals and washdowns outside of businesses in the city centre. The team have been busy keeping Bristol Light Festival locations in the BID area clean this month, ensuring the locations are spotless ahead of the festival in February.

To help us reduce prolific graffiti in the city, please report criminal damage to the police via their online reporting system.

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Covering 315 miles on their weekly cleansing rounds across the Old City, Queens Road, Park Street, Baldwin Street, and the Harbourside, the team had a positive start to the year responding to 12 levy payer requests and removing a total of 130 items of graffiti. Deep clean locations this month included V-Shed, Pitcher and Piano, Wine Street, The Grove car parks, Clare Street, and St Stephen’s Avenue.

As always, we would like to thank the cleansing team for all of their hard work, especially during the stormy weather and in the busy run up to Bristol Light Festival.

Our team is always happy to help our businesses, so please get in touch if you have any cleansing queries and requests.

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