A WEEK'S worth of activities around Uxbridge saw over 280 activities held with potholes being fixed and graffiti being cleaned.
Hillingdon Council's Streets Ahead programme was held between March 13-19 kicking off with an information fayre attended by over 300 people.
The activities were focusing on the areas of Ickenham, Hillindon, Uxbridge, and Cowley.
A total of 26 and a half tonnes of electrical goods were collected, while 30 bags of textiles were also gathered for recycling.
As many as 80 residents, Street Champions, and police cadets were given a tour of the mayor's parlour by Councillor and Mayor of Hillingdon Shirley Harper-O'Neill.
Schools were also involved, with 60 children from St Andrews Primary School in Nursery Waye, Uxbridge, collecting 20 bags of litter from Manor Recreation Ground in Uxbridge.
11 adults from Brookfield Adult Education Centre, did a litter pick of Park Road, Uxbridge, collecting seven bags between them.
School truancy sweeps were also taken, while police led a crackdown against speeding motorists also leading ANPR operations, to find those driving illegally.
Young people carrying out community service cleaned graffiti from alleyways at Denziloe Avenue, Hillingdon, and Walford Road, Uxbridge.
Highways maintenance works were also carried out in Uxbridge High Street, where 13 defects were noted, Hercies Road, Uxbridge, and Sutton Court Road, Hillingdon Hill, and York Road.
Inspections were also carried out in High Road, and Long Lane, in Ickenham, while pothole repairers also fixed surfaces in Rowan Road, West Drayton.
44 Council Teams, organisations and community groups including Hillingdon Interfaith Network, Uxbridge Narrow Boat Association, The Boys Brigade, Age Concern, Metropolitan Police Service Voluntary Cadets and London Wildlife Trust all spoke to residents at the information fayre- with 88 per cent of those attending reporting that they found it useful.