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BictonPickers

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Local volunteers and parish councillors aiming to keep our parish litter free and tidy.

BictonPickers
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Members

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Years

4

Total number of events

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Great September Clean 2020

Autumn clean up in Bicton Parish, Shropshire 8 volunteers, 10 sacks of litter, one roll of chicken wire fencing and 2 hub caps.

Calcott Lane

General litter pick 8 black sacks, I booster seat and a roll of carpet

Bicton Lane & Calcott Lane

Sally & Deirdre in the wind and rain. Again! Risk assessment done and adhered to. 6 black bags plus a broken decorative mirror

Calcott & Shepherd's Lane

General litter pick by Sally & Natalie. Only one sack of litter today but Sally & Deirdre did a big start up litter pick and so today was just a general tidy of recent litter. Hopefully we can keep o...

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