Could you help clean up Plantation Woods in King’s Lynn?

PUBLISHED: 15:14 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:14 29 November 2017

Young volunteers take partg in a previous clean-up. Picture: Ian Burt

Young volunteers take partg in a previous clean-up. Picture: Ian Burt

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A clean-up is being held to spruce up a community woodland.

Volunteers are needed to help out at Plantation Woods, on the outskirts of King’s Lynn on Sunday.

They’re being asked to wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather, while gloves, picking sticks and bin bags will be provided.

Plantation Woods, next to Howard Infant School in Gaywood, is managed by the Friends of Plantation Woods.

It offers open areas, cycle paths, mature and newly-plated trees and ponds.

Litter picking and clear-up days on the site began in 2011 along with other community activities, to enable local people and organisations to get involved and take ownership of how the wood is used, maintained and enjoyed.

Sunday’s session runs from 12-noon - 2pm. Volunteers should meet at the notice board at the entrance.

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