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Litter picking Monday

Stamford Bridge,YO41 1DL

27 Mar 2011

23:00

Litter picking Monday 28th March, please contact me on 07986262534 for further details. .

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High Catton onto Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge & go to High Catton. Then back lane onto Moor Road then back to Stamford Bridge

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Walk along Moor Road to past Brickyards & return

A166 Bridlington Road

Leave Stamford Bridge on A166 Brid Road to past Riding stables, & return. Collect in village then on A166 York Road to viaduct

Buttercrambe Road & A166

Leave Stamford Bridge on A166 walk along Buttercrambe Road to junction with Sand Hutton, then walk to Ballon Tree on A166. Along A166 back into village.

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge on High Catton Road, at High Catton walk along country lane to Brickyards. Then along Moor Road back into Stamford Bridge.

A166 Brid Road

Walk out of village along A166 Bridlington Road to just past riding stables & return. Then go over bridge along York Road to Viaduct.

Buttercrambe Road

Leave Stamford Bridge over Bridge along Buttercrambe Road to junction with Sand Hutton road, then along back road to Balloon tree corner along A166 to viaduct.

Long Lane between Catton & Kexby.

Walk along High Catton Road from Stamford Bridge to High Catton then onto Long Lane to A1079, then return.

A166 York Road

Walk from Bridge to past Balloon Tree along A166 & return

High Catton & Low Catton loop

Leave S Bridge to High Catton continue through Catton woods to Low Catton then back to Stamford Bridge.

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave village from church along Moor Road to past Brickyards. Turn along Howlgate to High Catton, then back to Stamford Bridge.

A166 Brid Road

Leave village along A166 to Riding Stables & back. Then along A166 York Road to viaduct.

Buttercrambe Road

Leave Stamford Bridge along Buttercrambe road to Sand Hutton junction, back road loop to Balloon tree back along A166

A166 & viaduct, Stamford Bridge

From Station club along viaduct onto A166, through wooded area, then back into Stamford Bridge along verge of A166.

Long Lane between Catton & Kexby.

From Catton wood to Kexby on A1079

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge past church along Moor Road to beyond Brickyards. Turn onto country lane to High Catton & return to Stamford Bridge

A166 Bridlington & York Roads

Walk along A166 to Sarah Compton riding stable & return. Through village the along York Road to Scorby lane end & return.

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge on Moor Road from church to past Brickyards then return.

Buttercrambe Road on A166

From Bridge along Buttercrambe Road to Sand Hutton turning, then back to Balloon Tree, return along A166 to Stamford Bridge

High Catton & Low Catton area

From High Catton & Low Catton through woods

Long Lane between Catton & Kexby.

Both sides of road between Catton Wood & Kexby

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Out of Stamford Bridge on Moor Road to Brickyards, them to High Catton & back into Stamford Bridge.

A166 Brid Road

Leaving Stamford Bridge to Sarah Compton stables & back

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge from Church along Moor Road to Fair Field Farm & back

Moor Road, Stamford Bridge

Leave Stamford Bridge from church along Moor Road past Brickyard cottages & return

Long Lane between Catton & Kexby.

Walk from Catton woods along Long Lane to Kexby & return

Long Lane between Catton & Kexby.

Walk in both directions along Long Lane from Catton wood to A1079

Buttercrambe turning off 166

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