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Black Lane Litter Pick

Leamington Spa,cv32 7ul

15 Jul 2015

23:00

Come along for some light litter picking. Join the clean up revolution in your community! Where: We'll be meeting at the entrance to Black Lane, which is a wide lane that runs inbetween Buckley Road and the Campion Hills. Time: 8pm Wear suitable clothing and shoes. Bring a tough pair of gloves. Please note : Any under 18s must be supervised by accompanying adult at all times and will be the sole responsibility of the accompanying adult. Contact: friendsofblacklane@gmail.com if you'd like to join us. We'll provide you with a litter picker if you don't have one. Bags are also supplied. .

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Black Lane Blitz

Meeting at start of Black Lane, start picking at 10am. Please sign in and if you're new you'll need a short health and safety briefing. Kit is provided so long as you let us know you are coming befor...

Black Lane Litter Pick

Join us on a Litter Mini-Pick on June 18th at 8pm, Black Lane. We'll be picking litter from the hedgerows and keeping things ship-shape. Great litter pick - managed 8 very full bags and a deflated...

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