44 bags of rubbish collected by volunteers during litter-pick around Aldingbourne

Working in socially distanced pairs or bubbles, 37 volunteers collected 44 bags of rubbish around Westergate, Woodgate and Hook Lane in Aldingbourne.

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 11:52 am

Michelle Harbord, from Aldingbourne Parish Council, who organised the litter-pick over the weekend, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to those who helped and their hard work is most appreciated.”

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Volunteers collected 44 bags of rubbish around Westergate, Woodgate and Hook Lane during a litter-pick organised by Aldingbourne Parish Council
Volunteers collected 44 bags of rubbish around Westergate, Woodgate and Hook Lane during a litter-pick organised by Aldingbourne Parish Council