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Pudsey: Hidden gem set for community clean-up

Pudsey folk are bring encouraged to take part in a community cleanup of a hidden gem – a fishing lake, off Lowtown.

Organised by Pudsey resident James Crabtree and volunteers from the Litter Free Pudsey group, the clean-up will take place on Sunday at 10am.

Mr Crabtree said:

“We will this time be working on an area that is a little hidden beautiful gem of Pudsey, the fishing pond area down Lowtown, the entrance to it is by Henry Krank’s.

“We will meet at Pudsey Farmers Market, then walk down Longfield Road and then over the road to the fish pond. All equipment will be provided and we will have to work in groups of 6 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 and our surrounding areas Litter Free.”

More details here.

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