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CLEAR AGM

Buckhaven, Fife,KY8 1AZ

20 Jan 2009

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Annual General Meeting from 6.30 on Tuesday 20th January starting at 6.30pm at buckhaven Community Centre, Kinnear Street. We hope to have some refreshments and a local speaker available before reviewing burning issues around town. All welcome. Come along .

upcoming Events

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past Events

Community woodland planting

Meet Viewforeth at 11.00am for a 2 hour planting sessions to expand the community woodland on Ness Braes

Community woodland planting

Meet viewforth at 11.00am to expand the Ness Braes woodland

Monthly practical action

Regular monthly environmental action by CLEAR volunteers - probably planting and tending trees in the community woodland and orchard on the Ness Braes. Meet at 11.00 am at Viewforth. All very welcome...

Shrub & Bulb Planting

Raised beds and grass at bank Corner in central Buckhaven will be planted with shrrbs, bulbs All local volunteers welcome. Meet on Sunday 2pm

December Monthly Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of CLEAR @ Buckhaven Community Centre, Kinnear Street starting at 6.30pm. All welcome - it's fairly informal so don't be daunted.

Tree planting

Tree Planting among the Fife Coastal Path - come along and plant some tree seedlings to brighten up the path and improve the environment. 70% broadleaved. Meet Sunday 2pm at steps at top of Viewfort...

Lead On Maduff

Litter clean-up and tree and shrub planting at East Wemyss. Meet at 10.30 at lower carpark

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.

Mount Pleasant Pickers
Formed to bring together those who are working to keep Mount Pleasant tidy. We hope to meet on a regular basis to target problem areas, whilst maintaining individual efforts to keep small areas tidy.
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Overthorpe Pickers
Overthorpe village, Overthorpe hill, roads towards Middleton Cheney
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Sandwell L1tter Watch
Will be litter picking in parks and foothpaths
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Ramsgate ROAD
Ramsgate ROAD stands for Ramsgate Residents One A Day. It's an informal group for people who commit to picking up at least one piece of litter from the streets of Ramsgate every day (or 7 a week). It has nearly 400 members and a Facebook page. The group is represented on Ramsgate Litter Forum.
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Handsworth Helping Hands
Handsworth Helping Hands is a voluntary group committed to improving the quality of life in Handsworth, Birmingham. This may be by carrying out environmental work such as street clean-ups and clearing and planting public spaces, or by helping residents with jobs they can't or don't have the means to do for themselves. Whenever possible, we recycle materials and items such as furniture and toys that we find on the street or which are donated to us.
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HART
Hertford Action on Rubbish and Trash
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12 years
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LitterFree Durham CPRE
We co-ordinate activities for the CPRE litter campaign Stop the Drop in County Durham and Darlington. These include acting as a central focus to which reports of litter grot spots may be made; making regular personal contact with Local Authorities, Parish Councils and tourism organisations; organising litter picks throughout the county; spreading publicity for the Campaign; and taking a programme of litter-awareness education into local schools. To report a Grot Spot, email us or phone 01325 315580. The group's website is: http://www.litterfreedurham.org.uk/index.html
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Ashton pickerupers
Ashton and surrounding nearby areas
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Duckworth Worcestershire Trust Volunteer Litter Warden
Join our volunteer warden scheme, organising action within Worcestershire. We offer practical help and advice to volunteer wardens, who meet on a regular basis to exchange information and ideas on how to improve their neighbourhoods. Each litter warden is provided with a litter picker, gloves and refuse sacks. We encourage wardens to recycle the waste they collect; we also offer to dispose of any waste collected.
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