Green praise for New Norfolk

THE Tasmanian Greens this week congratulated the residents of New Norfolk, the Derwent Valley Council and the Tidy Towns Committee on their success in winning the 2010 Tasmanian Tidy Towns Award. Greens MHA, Tim Morris, who lives in New Norfolk, said the award was recognition of the hard work done by the residents to keep their picturesque town neat and tidy.

“Congratulations to all members of the New Norfolk community for their hard work and dedication to beautifying their town, and most importantly, for the love of place that is evident to all who visit New Norfolk,” Mr Morris said. “This is not just about picking up litter, it is about a whole-of-town approach. This recognition puts New Norfolk on the map and hopefully it will encourage Tasmanians and visitors to our state to swing by and check-out what the town and its environs have to offer,” Mr Morris said.

  • The Keep Australia Beautiful national judge visitied New Norfolk this Monday and Tuesday to assess the town for the Australian tidy town award, to be announced next year.

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