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Litter walks Aylesbury

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My daughter came up with the idea as it is something we already did as a family. A bit like park run is the idea. Once a week we meet up for a good walk picking up litter and meet new people in our community.

Litter walks Aylesbury
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Litter walk

Next walk Sunday 23rd June 0930 for the doctors surgery on Jackson road. I now have spare litter grabbers donated from the council and loads of bags just need some volunteers!

Litter walk

Doctors surgery Jackson road 10am

Walk

Start at the doctors surgery Jackson road. Start 10am 15 bags collected. Some other stuff too. Road signs traffic cones etc. Thanks too Francis Claire Paul and Abigail!

Litter walk

Litter walk. meeting in the yellow park in Quarrendon at 10am.

Litter walk

5pm meet at football club Haywood Way 7 bags of litter picked up.

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