Trivallis’ Great Estate Days aim to bring members of the community and our teams together to improve our estates.
Trivallis estates and communities team joined together with teams from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council to tackle the overgrown weeds, areas that needed jet washing, fly tipping and litter on the Fanheulog estate.
Nicholas Palmer, a senior enforcement officer for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council said “We are here today to make sure there is no litter, rubbish or items of furniture around and to knock doors and ask about the issues.
“The most common issue we have is dog fouling and littering and people need to be aware of the consequences of these actions. We are here for prevention and to offer out bags for those who want them.
“If anyone has an issue for us to deal with, they should report it to the council and then the enforcement team will be able to help.”
There was also a Halloween fancy dress parade for the children that the residents of the Fanheulog sheltered scheme judged and awarded prizes.
Margaret Macintyre lives in Fanheulog sheltered scheme for over 60’s. She said: “I loved judging the fancy dress parade and seeing the children dressed in their spooky costumes.
“It’s lovely to have members of the community involved. I was a child minder before I retired and looked after one of the mums who brought her little boy along. It was so nice to see her and her little boy.”
To keep up with events happening across Trivallis’ estates, visit www.trivallis.co.uk and follow @wearetrivallis on Facebook and Twitter.
If you are having problems with litter or fly tipping on your estate, you can report it to RCT Council, here: https://www.rctcbc.gov.uk/EN/Contactus/Reportit.aspx