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Spring pick

18 Anchor Road,Tiptree,Colchester,CO5 OAL

24 Apr 2021

23:00

Litter picking Pods Wood through to Messing road Bus shelter. Litter picked Pods wood (again) collected 12full bags of rubbish including the following items ( one bag full of bread rolls, chicken pieces, bacon and a cartoon full of grapes also a 2litre can of milk ) if it was all in date we were going to have a barbecue..

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Spring pick

Litter pick of Grange road and Windmill hill. Collected another 12bags of rubbish, most of which were bottles and cans.

Winter pick

Litter pick, Grange road and Windmill hill. Carried out litter pick between Florence park football pitch and The Basket works ( it was a complete mess ), We collected a large number of Drums and tin c...

December Pick

Roadside Pods wood. Litter picked roadside and removed a fly-tip from ditch which included a fridge, plastic and metal piping.

Spring pick

Grand road litter pick Due to the return of the KFC and McDonalds customers?????, these people?? had littered the best part of grange road, so on this glorious sunny day a group of us litter picked fi...

Spring pick

Litter pick to Pods and Layer wood.

Winter pick

Litter pick to Grange road, windmill hill and Pennsylvania lane. Pennsylvania lane and windmill hill where messing and took four volunteers over a hour to clear the debris and general rubbish ( welly...

May pick

Litter picked roadside of pods wood, astonished to find cats eyes dump along the hedgerow and in the ditches still within their tarmac surround, picked up twenty and photographed accordingly. Reported...

February 2019

Could be anywhere according to where volunteers have reported litter in and around Tiptree Litter picked along the Kelvedon road, too Perrywood nursery entrance ( no trouble with traffic ) also picked...

January litter pick.

Litter pick to Grange road following Christmas parties etc also village centre. No litter pick during January.

December litter pick

Meeting as usual in Tescos car park at 10.00am, litter pick Pods and cony woods. As above litter picked Pods and Cony woods, roadside from Messing bus stop through to first entrance to Pods wood and c...

November pick

Start of litter picking in and around Tiptree. Litter pick the top end of west end road through to Grange road, also litter picked Grange road from west end road to the entrance of Florence park ( Col...

March Pick

Litter picking surrounding areas.

January Pick

Return to clear the heath and Grange road. Cleared the Heath for the second time in two(2) months, also Grange road, total number of bags collected = 30 (thirty). Weird items collected includes, Elect...

March 19th

Grange road, Tiptree heath and Braxted road. Charge of areas: litter picked Newbridge road and Holbrooke walk though to Luther road, number of bags filled = (24). Whoever took down the trees alongside...

February 2017

Tiptree heath, West end road and Newbridge road. Change of plan, litter picked the ditches along the B1022 ( alongside Layer wood ), also Pods wood and Messing road. Number of bags = 16 from the ditch...

January 2017

Layer and Pods wood. Litter picked roadside near Layer wood and hedgerows between the entrance to Perrywood and Inworth Hall. Seventeen litter bags, one typewriter complete with carriege, large genera...

December Pick

Litter picking to Grange road and West end road. Litter picked the folowing areas, Grange road, Messing road, Tiptree Heath crossroads and Kelvedon road ( starting at Tower estate and finishing at Per...

November pick

Meeting in Tesco's car-park ( areas of interest grange road, West end road and layer wood ). Weather condition bad but a good number of volunteers attended, litter picked Haynes Green Lane, Windmill H...

Start of new season

Litter picking to Haynes Green lane, Pods wood, Tudwick road and Tiptree heath. Litter picked the above areas, collected seventeen bags of rubbish ( plus someone's front door ), find of the day was a ...

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Last of the season

Last of the season litter pick. Litter picked the following areas. Main road alongside the heath, Grange road and Part of Windmill hill, number of bags of rubbish ( mostly wine bottles, cans and drin...

March

Clean for the Queen campaign to celebrate the queens 9oth birthday, this event is organised by Country file and Keep Britain tidy. Tiptree litter combers collected another huge amount of rubbish and d...

February

General litter pick, meeting in Tesco's carpark at 8.00am (early birds) and 10.00am. Litter picked the following areas: Pod wood ( loaded a hessian bag full of wet clothes, also found a large househol...

January 2016

General litter pick of surrounding areas On the 10.00am shift, two volunteers litter picked the centre village carpark which was littered with Nitrous Oxide cartridges they also found them in the chil...

Last pick of 2015

Early morning litter pick of layer wood roadside and mid-morning pick of west end and grange road areas. Litter picked pods wood and part of Birch airfield, items collected, steel bath complete with t...

Last pick of 2015

Early morning litter pick of layer wood roadside and mid-morning pick of west end and grange road areas.

Winter season

Start of winter litter picking. Carried out early morning litter pick from Tiptree heath carpark and finished at Tiptree heath crossroads. Along this section we found unopened bags of Walkers crisps, ...

April Pick

Early morning litter pick of hedgerow along Tiptree Heath. Extended litter picking to Grange road and West end road. Filled three plastic bags with childrens toys found in a ditch in Grange road. Beca...

April Pick

Early morning litter pick of the hedgerows along Tiptree heath and Priory road

One of

Litter pick between the Tiptree heath crossroads and Braxted road crossroads. Started early morning to avoid traffic, litter picked the hedgerows and roadside grass verges. Seventeen bags of rubbish c...

March Pick

Country lanes and woods This litter pick took place along a public footpath between two villages, the volunteers collected a total of twenty seven bags of rubbish and one propane gas bottle.

January 2015 Pick

General litter pick of surrounding lanes Another successful litter pick with some-more strange items found, see following list:- Sheep shears. Training bag full of gear in a ditch ( football boots, s...

General Litter Pick

Early morning (8.00am) and 10. 00am litter picks, meeting in Tesco's car-park.

General Litter Pick

8.00am litter pick to avoid traffic, also the usual 10.00am pick. Carried out an early morning litter pick on a major road leading into and out of Tiptree, also litter picked a local country lane, eve...

April Litter Pick

General litter pick of the lanes and woods.

litter picking

Litter picking the following areas:- Grange road. Grove farm road. Heath cross roads.

General Litter Pick

Litter pick surrounding lanes, woods and centre of the village Collected twenty three bags of debris, plus car parts consisting of a BMW wheel complete with suspension and wings from various other veh...

General Litter Pick.

Meeting in Tesco's car-park at 8.00am & 10.00am respectively. Locations of litter pick, Newbridge road, Priory road and finish the top end of Grange road.

October Pick

Litter picking local woods and lanes. If time permits clear stream/lake.

Spring Clean

Meeting in Tesco's car-park at 10.00am for all volunteers. Areas of works will be the Village centre, country lanes and local woodlands.

Litter pick

Litter picking surrounding lanes and woods before nature takes over

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