A great idea Dickie it really annoys me when you see the litter around the Greenway and often think I should take a bin bag and gloves sometimes. Unfortunately I'm doing the Oakley 20 that day.
Sorry . Change of date to 31st March.
Rich, will there be cake ? If so count me in
I could have done the 24th (albeit it stiffly) but can't do the 31st... Unless my prior volunteering role no longer needs me...
I'll help. Jon, chocolate cake if you bring the flask x
There will be cake. Hurrah.
We will meet at Standalone Farm at 9am.
what a great idea, unfortunately we are not able to come :-(
All litter pickers and bags secured.
Richard, Count me in for this.
Apologies but this is my exam weekend for my massage course so I am not available. Am planning to clear Stotfold Rd to enhance Standalone route on a different date post exam:)
For those of you are up for this. We are meeting at Standalone farm at 9am on Sunday morning. Having a drink and then heading off to play Wombles.
We should be done in about 3 hours.
I have all the litter pickers and bags. Bring your own gloves.
I will be buying the drinks and snacks. We will also provide cake.
See you there.
After much persuasion, coercion and a plea for a big fat belly breakfast before we head out, we are meeting at Cultivo in Letchworth for 9am on Sunday 31st March.
If you want to meet us on site. We are focusing on the stretch from the Baldock FC road through to Letchworth gate in a clockwise direction.
We will make such a big difference. I ran the course last night and its pretty grim in places.
Hoping to join you but we will be doing junior parkrun first before we come over.
The team are doing a super job. Can't believe how many bags are filled.
Keep up the good work.
Shame that the dump guy won't accept the rubbish off the streets. So what happens? Dump it back where you found it? No,you get done. What's the world coming to?
I was quite happy to video him rejecting the rubbish from the streets to humiliate him
A big thanks to the super wombles this morning. 22 bags of rubbish and a much happier stretch of Greenway
Thanks to James, Jon, Katie, Jo and Penny for their Stirling work