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Alverbridge Village

18 alver bridge view,alverstoke,gosport,po12 2hf

20 Apr 2012

23:00

Meeting at Little Anglesey Road moving into village. Weather was dry but a bit cold. Did a quick pick along Little Anglesey Road and then moved into the village. Several people spoke to the group and were pleased to see us, I hope new contacts were made. The village was obviously kept clean hence just the one bag collected (if only it was like this all the time). I don't think we need to venture here again. New area to be posted soon, well done to all concerned. Richard .

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