The Friends of the Heath join forces with Cheshire Wildlife Trust for latest litter pick

The Friends of the Heath celebrate latest litter pick success

Volunteers pictured at Sunday’s litter pick

Stewart Gardiner with a wheel-barrow full of collected rubbish

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THIRTY-THREE volunteers gave their time to help clear litter on The Heath at the weekend.

On Sunday, The Friends of the Heath litter pickers joined forces with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust and, in just over an hour, the team collected an entire van-load of litter from both The Heath and Little Heath area.

Volunteer Peter Sharratt said: “We collected 30 bags of all manner of rubbish, including, cans, bottles plastic piping and rusty scaffolding. The litter picks happen about every four months.”

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11:28am Tue 25 Mar 14

Reverie1 says...

I was one of those happy pickers - and I have to correct you: it was Cheshire Wildlife Trust who supported us, provided the van and took all the litter away. Many thanks to them ... and to Joy Jones for providing refreshments.
I was one of those happy pickers - and I have to correct you: it was Cheshire Wildlife Trust who supported us, provided the van and took all the litter away. Many thanks to them ... and to Joy Jones for providing refreshments. Reverie1
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2:14pm Tue 25 Mar 14

MrBenggo says...

Well done Reverie,it is a great pity that there is a need for litter picking,there are certainly a lot of people who don't care about the place in which they live.
Well done Reverie,it is a great pity that there is a need for litter picking,there are certainly a lot of people who don't care about the place in which they live. MrBenggo
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