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Pudsey Litter Action group targets Galloway Lane

The latest community clean up by a group of civic-minded litter pickers in Pudsey is set to be held this week.

The intrepid volunteers from the Pudsey Litter Action group are set to meet at St James the Great Church in Woodhall to start a litter pick and tidy of Galloway Lane from 7pm on Wednesday (August 19).

Organiser Edward Russell said:

“I have litter grabbers and bags courtesy of the council. I will inform the council to expect extra bags of litter by the public bins in that area. It may be a good idea to also bring gloves. We will aim to finish by 8.30pm so as not to run out of daylight.”

And there’s still time to sign up to the group’s litter pledge:

“I pledge to drop no litter, no matter how small, and to pick up one item each day.”

Over on their Facebook group.


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