tidy-up

tidy-up

n
informal the act of making something neat and orderly
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We're lovin' the tidy-up efforts of Manchester CLEAN SWEEP A team of 21 filled 30 bags with litter CLEAN AND GREEN Crews helped remove litter from pathways THE NUMBER OF CLEAN-UP EVENTS THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE ACROSS THE UK THIS YEAR AS PART OF THE KEEP UP THE CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN
MCDONALD'S franchisee John Kiely and a crew from four restaurants in Coventry joined forces to give the city a bit of a tidy-up.
In addition, Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales and the charity-run Morganstown Village Hall have benefited from new licks of paint, while the approach to the village hall has experienced a gardening tidy-up.
Future tidy-up days on Sundays are on August 17, September 7 and October 19, all starting at 10am.
North Tyneside Council is sweeping into action to hold a series of tidy-up days around the borough.
And tomorrow those involved will be rewarded for their work to tidy-up their town.
Council chiefs are holding a series of tidy-up days to allow people to help sort out their estates.
HAMBLETON residents are being urged to finish their autumn garden tidy-up - and not miss the last green waste collection of the year.
Bibs, bags and litter-picking equipment were provided to give the tidy-up troops the right tools for the job.
As part of the tidy-up, 90 Barclays Bank staff will clear up a stretch of land along the River Taff at Blackweir on Thursday, joined by celebrity helpers.
Tidy-up time The clean-up crew on the new Ferndale housing estate at Brackenhall