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April

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12 Apr 2013

23:00

Mosset Burn .

upcoming Events

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past Events

May Litter Pick

We will be clearing litter from the Mosset Burn between bridge street and Orchard Road. Please meet us at Orchard Bridge on Saturday at 10am.

Mosset Burn Pick

Meet at the Mosset Burn duck pond opposite the Mosset Tavern at 10am.

Duck Pond

Our next litter pick will be on Saturday 13th June 2015 at 10am. We will meet by the duck pond just in front of the Mosset Tavern. All equipment will be provided, looking forward to seeing you all th...

Closed for the year

As winter is fast approaching and the burn is full again, I would like to suggest that we close off this year and start up next march/April 2015. I would like to thank you for all your help this year...

14 June 2014

Good afternoon I hope you are all having a wonderful day and enjoying the sun. Our next litter pick of the burn will be on Saturday 14th June at 10am. We will meet in Bursdshaugh Rd, at the footbrid...

May 2014

We had another successful litter pick in the rain this morning. I was telling Steven that the only time that we won't meet up is if the burn has iced over(or having a snow blizzard). We collected 10...

April 2014

Meet at Duck Pond at 10am Another successful clean up today, many thanks for all your help. The job goes so much quicker now that we have a few more volunteers to help. In the past we took 3 hours to...

Mosset Burn Pick

We will meet on Saturday 8th March at 10am at the footbridge by the Chip Shop. The bridge is in Birdshaugh lane. Please bring your waders, gloves etc, I will have equipment for those who don't have a...

October Pick

We will clear the section from Fleurs Place to Orchard Bridge. Please meet at 10am on Saturday at the footbridge by the chip shop I would like to thank you for your help this year in keeping the Mosse...

September

Mosett Tavern Pond Well we missed all those people that could not make it on Saturday for the litter pick. Nevertheless we had a group of 5 people and still managed to haul out 14 bags of garbage. Onc...

June

Many thanks for your sterling effort today. We hauled out a lot less bags than we normally do. The burn unfortunately is still being used as a convenient place to discard your trash versus dropping i...

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

Our first litter pick of the year will take place along the Mosett Burn on Saturday 9th March at 10am. We will meet at the duck pond on the same side as the Mosett Tavern. Please wear shoes with a go...

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

The idea is to do a quick sweep of the burn from the Mosett Tavern to Orchard Road and then to do a full clear out from there to the Academy. We will meet on Saturday outside the Mosett Tavern by th...

Saturday Cleanup

To clean the section of the river between Orchard Road and the A96. All equipment will be provided. Please wear shoes/boots with a good grip. Please meet at 10am at the Duck Pond on the same side as ...

2015

We hold litter picks on the 2nd Saturday of every month at 10am. Email for details

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

I thought that I would get in early and set the date for our litter clean up of the burn. We will meet on Saturday 8th March at 10am at the footbridge by the Chip Shop. The bridge is in Birdshaugh lan...

Nearby Groups

These groups are near to you in case you want to contact them for advice, to offer them support or, for example, to share equipment with them.

Dagenham Community Volunteers
A litter picking group covering Beam Parklands / Old Dagenham Park. Looking for more volunteers so we can over a larger area.
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2 years
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St. Briavels Beautifiers
I am the sole member of this group so far and would like to recruit other like-minded, local litter-killers. I've armed myself with a litter-picker-upper stick, bought online for a tenner, and I use recycled, plastic, supermarket bags for the collections. I walk around my village on litter-spotting missions every now and then with my fiance and our baby daughter. Good exercise and the lanes look much nicer. 'Hotspots' for litter are the bus shelter and the playing fields. Great feeling of satisfaction too. My aim is to keep our beautiful village 100% litter-free.
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Joyce Faulkner
Local environmental group. Good links with community. Invented the BIG clean-up, this year with 1000 people involved.
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18 years
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Making New Malden look \"NEW\" again!
New Malden in around the high street, following Malden Road it\'s full length up to Worcester Park, nearby parks and some side roads. Open to suggestions and nearby areas.
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Runcorn East - Litter Picking
Murdishaw, Sandymoor, Norton, Windmill Hill.
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DofE Volunteering
We will be working in London Parks and our neighbourhood streets. Occasionally we will work on the river bank.
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South Harrow litter pickers
Litter picking around South Harrow for fun and the joy of seeing our local neighbourhood look a bit happier. Message for litter picking equipment and to get involved.
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1 years
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TAT
Volunteer environmental group set up to encourage litter awareness in and around Totnes. Regular Litter pick events organised for members, targeting local littered hotspots. Supporting like-minded groups in the wider communities. Educate and change peoples behaviour in this \'throw away society\'. There is no AWAY !! Take it home or Bin It. !!
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4 years
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Overthorpe Pickers
Overthorpe village, Overthorpe hill, roads towards Middleton Cheney
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DOG WALKERS AGAINST LITTER
I am currently creating a group to recruit dog walkers who can pick litter whilst doing their daily dog walk, I would eventually like to progress this a larger one off events where we come together and tidy local dog walking routes.
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