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BWRA Spring Litterpick

2 Aspen Close,Bricket Wood,St. Albans,AL2 3UL

28 Mar 2020

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Our Spring litterpick supporting the Keep Britain Tidy Great British Spring Clean 09.30 at the Village Sign by Oakwood Road Shops as always bags/gloves/pickers supplied. EVENT POSTPONED!!! Sadly event postponed based on KBT advice.

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past Events

World Cleanup Day 2020 - Great British Spring/September Clean - Bricket Wood

Millions of people around the World will try to make the place a better place to work and live. This event is now combined with the Great British Spring Clean which should have taken place earlier in ...

BWRA Autumn Litterpick

BWRA Autumn Litterpick 09.30 at the village sign on Oakwood Road Thanks to the support of 20 #LitterHeroes we made a difference to our village again collecting more than 30 sacks of litter with over 5...

BWRA Autumn Litterpick

TBC

BWRA Spring Litterpick

Bricket Wood Pickers Spring Litterpick supporting KBT Great British Spring Clean It was a lovely Spring morning and a fantastic 30 volunteers turned up to help keep Bricket Wood tidy. We collected an ...

BWRA Litterpick

In support of Great British Spring Clean - Heroes Wanted campaign A good turnout 15 volunteers and 25 sacks collected

BWRA Autumn Litterpick

Low turnout 15 bags

Clean for the Queen

Our first major litterpick was well advertised and quite well supported 20 adults and a few children and we managed 25 bags

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