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Kirstead Cleaners

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We have an annual clean up in the village and mainly on the by-pass which seems to attract vast swathes of rubbish from passing motorists. This event occurs some time in April each year, notice via the Parish Meeting or notice board. We have litter grabbers, safety jackets and black bags!

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Village litter pick

Please meet at Green Man House at 10am, litter grabbers and black sacks provided, please bring gloves, thanks

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