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By Arena Webteam - 13th March 2019 6:36pm
A litter picking working party has been arranged for this Sunday, the 17th March.
It has been noted that on approaching the village, the verges are covered in litter and in particular the B5074 road from Nantwich. This exercise has been inspired by St Bart's Church Café Church Congregation.
We will be meet at 2.00pm on the Village Hall carpark and work for an hour or so. Litter pickers, Hi-Vis waste coats, Gloves and Bin bags will be provided, however, if you have your own, please bring them along. Transport also will be provided and we will aim to recycle as much as possible. The work will be divided up and will be done in pairs.
Then, after all of your hard work your are invited back for Coffee & Cake at the Spinney (Tim and Jane Hough's home).
We will review how it's gone and if it is considered a success, then it can be repeated in the surrounding areas.
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