I’m lovin’ this litter pick organised by Great Yarmouth McDonalds restaurant
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A community rubbish litter pick walk has been organised by the McDonalds in Great Yarmouth town centre.
Nearly 20 volunteers from the Regent Road restaurant turned out to clean up the town centre in support of the national Great British Spring Clean campaign.
The clean-up party collected more than 20 bags of litter.
McDonald's franchisee Carol Rogerson said: 'We were delighted to participate alongside so many willing volunteers who all played their bit in helping make Great Yarmouth a cleaner place to live despite the wet and windy weather.'
The walk was part of the restaurant's Love Where You Live campaign and took place at the weekend of The Great British Spring Clean.
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Members of the community were invited to volunteer for the litter pick walk, which took an hour and a half to complete.
Across the UK up to half a million people took part in the litter pick campaign.
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