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South Woodford Society

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As a resident's group we are keen to maintain and protect our environment

South Woodford Society
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Bags collected so far

6

Members

3

Years

7

Total number of events

upcoming Events

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past Events

Orchard litter pick

Litter pick to clear the orchard area before planting Cleared 8 bags of rubbish and 4 bags of recycling

Adhoc DofE litter picks

A group of students from the local high school are planning to do litterpicks as part of their DofE volunteering. We lent them some kit and they will do an hourly litterpick once a week. The boys did...

Autumn Litter Pick

Litterpick around South Woodford, E18. Meeting places in the past have been South Woodford Station and also at the Library. This may change depending on where we are most needed! Coronavirus social...

Feb Litter Pick

February 9th 2020 this was a very small group of hardy souls as this was Storm Ciara weekend. We battled the elements and managed to get 8 bags of rubbish and recycling before we had to give up!

Autumn Litter Pick

We are meeting at 10am, outside South Woodford Library. Equipment is provided but if you have your own (ie, gloves, litterpick, hi-VIS vest) please bring them along. Please dress appropriately (idea...

South Woodford Litterpick

11am We will be meeting at South Woodford Station opposite the Railway Bell We will be providing Hi-Vis Vests, litter pickers and gloves but bring your own gloves or equipment if you have any! The pla...

1st South Woodford Society Litterpick

1st South Woodford Society Litterpick 11am South Woodford Station Over 30 members of the South Woodford Society and members of the public came along to help clean up South Woodford on Sunday 13th May....

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