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Bramley Wombles launch with litter pick – in photos

More than 20 people attended the launch of the Bramley Wombles, a new group aimed at keeping Bramley tidy.

The Wombles met at Fairfield Community Centre this weekend and were launched with a litter pick around the Fairfield estate.

The group aims to encourage people to take greater pride in their community, as well as keep Bramley, Rodley and Stanningley tidy.

Dispatch photographer Simon Cullingworth was at the Wombles’ launch and captured these photos:

Andrew Hardaker, one of the founder members of Bramley Wombles.
Ready for action: Volunteers with Bramley councillor Caroline Gruen (far right).
Father and daughter Darren and Lily Evanson lending a hand.
Wombles Assemble: Volunteers gather outside Fairfield Community Centre.

Check out the Bramley Wombles on Facebook. The initiative is supported by the Bramley & Stanningley ward councillors.

Volunteers from the Newlay and Whitecote Residents’ Association (NAWRA) also held a litter pick this weekend.


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