Big Cleanup coming next week in Latvia

Latvian cities and regions are actively preparing for the Big Clean-up on April 27. In the meantime, the organizers urge the cleaners to find the most interesting place on the map.

As usual, both clean-up and improvement works will take place during this annual event. So far, 306 waste collection and 159 landscaping clean-ups have been registered in more than 360 locations in Latvia - the offer of clean-up locations is quite wide and diverse, and people often choose to clean up in a place they have not visited before in order to get to know Latvia.

Some examples:

This time in Līvāni, the young people of the municipality are taking special care of the clean-up. "This year, when Līvāni is the Youth Capital of Latvia, we would like to make the clean-up a bit different - a thematic youth clean-up. What makes it different? It is an activity based on the ideas of young people, during which not only the city of Līvāni will be cleaned but also the shore of Lake Līvāņi will be landscaped to create a place of recreation for young people and residents of Līvāni," said Marija Driksna, Head of the MJIC "Kvartāls" of Livani Municipality.

In Limbaži municipality, it is planned to not only clean up the park of the Ārciems Manor but also to improve the area of the dairy of the Ārciems Manor. Those who will be cleaning up in the immediate vicinity are welcome to attend a charity concert by the band "Klaidonis" in the center of Ārciems at 15.

In Tukums municipality, the Zemīte Lutheran Church congregation and the Zemīte Parish Advisory Council invite you to join in a clean-up of the church and its surroundings. The Lapmežciems Parish Council is focusing this year's clean-up on the coast, a favorite place of holidaymakers, by organizing a coastal clean-up from Bigauņciems to Klapkalnciems.

In Aizkraukle municipality, cleaners will have the opportunity to take part in the annual wake-up and garden clean-up of the Gricgale building for the new tourist season. After the clean-up, a lunch and stories of tavern life will be provided. All interested volunteers and storytellers are welcome. Bring a good mood, gloves, a tool for outdoor work or a bucket for window cleaning.

Ogre Municipality invites every resident, institution, company and organization to assess the suitability of the cellars in their property for a potential bomb shelter and on the day of the Big Clean-up on April 27 to participate in the practical work of adapting the cellars by removing the excess and cleaning the cellars.

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