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Farsley date for Litter Free Pudsey volunteers

Volunteers at Litter Free Pudsey group are expanding their clean-up operations beyond the town’s boundary – by hosting a litter pick in Farsley.

The community action will be held on Sunday (8 August) from 1pm–3pm, meet at Jasper’s Coffee Shop on Farsley Town Street.

Let’s work together as a team to clean up the areas that are most important to us, our loved ones and our community.

One of the organisers, James Crabtree, said:

“We will be working with dog-friendly cafe Jaspers and the Farsley community to help tidy the neighbourhood.

“All equipment will be provided and we will have to work in groups of six to be in line with Covid rules. If you would prefer to bring your own PPE then that’s no problem and wear appropriate clothing.

“This gives us all a chance to take pride in where we live, do our bit for the community and socialise with new like-minded people. So bring family, bring friends and let’s make Pudsey, Farsley and our surrounding areas litter free.”

More details here.


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