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Green Family Donates $25,000 To Charity

Green Family Donates $25,000 To Charity

The Green Family has donated $25,000 to three Bermuda charities, handing over $10,000 each to the Bermuda Red Cross and The Salvation Army, and making  $5,000 donation to Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB]. The Bermuda Red Cross will put the donation towards the cost of urgent repairs at its building on Berry Hill Road, Paget. The Salvation Army will use... Read more of this article

Governor Takes Part In Clean Up Campaign

Governor Takes Part In Clean Up Campaign

This afternoon [12 May] the Governor, Deputy Governor and staff members from Government House took part in the KBB ‘Clean Up For the Cup’ campaign. Armed with the KBB’s branded trash bags, the group descended on Spanish Point Park and Admiralty House Park, and filled six bags with litter found in the parks.The Governor said “The team at Government... Read more of this article

KBB’s ‘Clean Up For The Cup’ This Weekend

KBB’s ‘Clean Up For The Cup’ This Weekend

Saying “let’s welcome the world and show off our Island paradise,” Keep Bermuda Beautiful is hosting “Clean Up for the Cup” this weekend, and as part of the initiative, has mailed a trash bag to every residential street address in Bermuda for people to use. “Simply fill up the special bag with litter from a street, a nearby park... Read more of this article

KBB Aims To Help Island ‘Clean Up For Cup’

KBB Aims To Help Island ‘Clean Up For Cup’

Keep Bermuda Beautiful is aiming to see the island cleaner than ever leading up to the America’s Cup, initiating a mass mailing campaign that will see 28,000 cards and trash bags mailed to the island’s residents. A spokesperson said, “Preparing for KBB’s mass mailing has been a mammoth task and we couldn’t have done it... Read more of this article

Bermuda Celebrates Earth Day With Clean Ups

Bermuda Celebrates Earth Day With Clean Ups

People on the island recently took part in Earth Day celebrations by performing Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB] clean ups in several locations, with both children and adults taking part. A spokesperson said, “Saltus Grammar School formed the largest group with 95 students, staff and parents cleaning up John Smiths Bay. P4 Teacher Erika Powell organizes... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Clean Up John Smith’s Bay

Saltus Students Clean Up John Smith’s Bay

Saltus Grammar School celebrated Earth Day this year with a beach clean up at John Smith’s Bay, collecting the equivalent of 33 bags of regular trash, 18 bags of recyclables plus a few bulky items found on the beach.Anne Hyde, Executive Director of Keep Bermuda Beautiful, “KBB was delighted that Saltus Grammar School celebrated Earth Day this... Read more of this article

Garden Club Helps Clean Up Before Marathon

Garden Club Helps Clean Up Before Marathon

Members of the Garden Club of Bermuda cleaned up part of the race route before the start of the Bermuda Marathon Weekend, and in addition, the Garden Club made a donation of $5,000 to Keep Bermuda Beautiful. For several years, Garden Club members have donned their gardening gloves and come out to do a KBB litter cleanup in advance of the Bermuda Marathon... Read more of this article

‘Celebrate Happy Holidays & Healthy Beaches’

‘Celebrate Happy Holidays & Healthy Beaches’

“Let’s all celebrate Happy Holidays and healthy beaches,” Keep Bermuda Beautiful said in advance of the annual Christmas Day gathering at Elbow Beach, adding that “everyone benefits by working together and keeping our beaches beautiful and litter-free.” KBB said, “Each year the Christmas Day party at Elbow Beach gets... Read more of this article

Warwick Academy Students Present Artful Bins

Warwick Academy Students Present Artful Bins

Students from Warwick Academy were joined by Minister of Social Development and Sports, Sylvan Richards along with Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB] at White Hill Field recently where the students presented the Minister with decorated trash bins to be displayed on the field to promote correct disposal of litter. Students Anthony Whaley, Cameron Lee-Ming... Read more of this article

BEF “Team Up To Clean Up” Vesey Street Area

BEF “Team Up To Clean Up” Vesey Street Area

Members and supporters of the Bermuda Equestrian Federation joined together on Saturday to “Team Up to Clean Up” the Vesey Street area, with large amounts of garbage and discarded household items retrieved and removed. Anne Hyde, Executive Director of Keep Bermuda Beautiful, said: “Thank you to the Bermuda Equestrian Federation and all who participated... Read more of this article

Volunteers Help With Beautification Programme

Volunteers Help With Beautification Programme

Volunteers spruced up the streets of their own neighbourhoods this weekend, inspired by the Bermuda Tourism Authority’s [BTA] Neighbourhood Beautification Programme. Devon Spring Road in Devonshire received three hours of care from ten volunteers on Sunday led by people who live in the area. It was a collaborative effort that included the BTA, Keep... Read more of this article

Photos: EY Coastal Clean-Up Held Today

Photos: EY Coastal Clean-Up Held Today

AC Endeavour sailors and their families along with approximately 90 individuals from the America’s Cup joined many others in the EY Coastal Clean-Up in support of Keep Bermuda Beautiful held today [Sept 17] at locations across the island. Keep Bermuda Beautiful previously said, “This annual island-wide event aims to engage volunteers to enjoy... Read more of this article

Homeschoolers Help Clean Up Ahead Of Event

Homeschoolers Help Clean Up Ahead Of Event

Alongside Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB] and Plastic Tides, twenty students from the Bermuda Homeschool Group recently cleaned up the 9 Beaches/Daniels Head Beach Park site in preparation for the inaugural Devil’s Isle Challenge. A spokesperson said, “They collected 13 bags of trash and two bags of recycling to be taken away from the site,... Read more of this article