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January Pick

44 Lawes Avenue,Newhaven,BN9 9SA

22 Jan 2017

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Our monthly pick on the Park. Starting at 11am for 2 hours, or as long as you can manage. Meet at the Lewes Road Hut, Newhaven Lovely bright sunny day for a morning on the Park. Lots of people out walking their dogs and children riding bikes and scooters. Half a dozen regular members joined in and collected a massive 14 bags of litter, including a fire extinguisher. The dying back of brambles and trees has really helped us to clear some historic litter. .

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