Community litter pick to be held in Wrentham
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Following concerns raised by local residents about discarded rubbish in the village, Wrentham Parish Council is organising a litter-pick.
The litter pick takes place on Saturday March 25 between 9:30am and 12:30pm and will meet outside Wrentham Village Hall.
All those who are able and interested in volunteering their time should contact the Parish clerk Frances Bullard, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 07543 555 753 in order to get an idea of numbers and arrange equipment.
A spokesman for Wrentham Parish Council said: 'This is a great opportunity for residents of the village to get together and do something positive for the benefit of us all so please try to find the time to join us. You don't need to come for the whole three hours, just what you can manage!'
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