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Heroes wanted Keep Britain Tidy

Join the #LitterHeroes in #GBSpringClean 2017
Heroes Wanted for biggest-ever litter campaign March 3rd-5th 2017
If any local groups or individuals are interested in getting involved with this clean up initiative please get in touch with Councillors of the Parish Council.

Keep Britain Tidy has launched its biggest-ever litter campaign, the Great British Spring Clean, to encourage 500,000 people to get out there and make sure their neighbourhood is one of which they can be proud.

The campaign builds on the success of 2016's national clean-up, which saw 250,000 people get stuck in to clean up their communities, including hundreds of school children, thousands of community groups and 400 local authorities across the country, who between them collected more than 300,000 bags of rubbish.

Email chairman@curryrivel.org.uk and you will be contacted nearer the time.

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