Tidy Randalstown is an environmental group that has been in existence for nearly seven years.
It was established in 2012 by local people who were concerned about the state of Randalstown and in particular the accumulating amounts of litter in the area.
Randalstown is a small rural town in County Antrim, straddling the River Maine which flows from North Antrim to nearby Lough Neath.
Their main objective is to encourage and inspire people to work together to improve the environment and make Randalstown a good place to live and work .They now have over 80 volunteers of all ages from pre school children to those who are Long retired , They work closely with many other organisations and businesses in the town and have recently won twelve prestigious awards .
Currently they are involved all year round in litter picks ,extensive planting projects and maintenance of three small community gardens