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Love North Chingford

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The Love North Chingford Group is a Community Group formed to help improve and enhance the environment in North Chingford, particularly Station Road and the Conservation area. Three litter picks were arranged in 2018 and more will be undertaken in 2019.

Love North Chingford
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Members

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Years

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Great British Spring Clean

Meet outside the Library in Station Road ready to start at 10 am - finish at Noon. Task - to clear litter from the Conservation Area and Station Road

Litter Pick in Rangers Road

Meet in the car park opposite the Butler's Retreat ready to start at 1 pm finish at 3 pm. Task - to clear the grass verges of litter.

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