Bags of enthusiasm for litter pick

Matthew Jenkins, Neal Murphy and Neil Laurenson picked up 12 bags of litter (s)

Matthew Jenkins, Neal Murphy and Neil Laurenson picked up 12 bags of litter (s)

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TWELVE bags of rubbish were collected from around Bilford Road Recycling Centre during a community litter pick.

The litter pick was organised by Green councillors Matthew Jenkins and Neil Laurenson along with city activist Neal Murphy on Thursday.

Cllr Laurenson said: "Most of the rubbish we collected was by the fence that runs alongside Wordsworth Avenue.

"Once again, we’d like to thank Severn Waste for granting us access to the site and Worcester City Council for providing equipment and bags.

"If anyone would like us to help with a litter pick elsewhere, please get in touch."

People can contact cllr Laurenson on 07805 871 163 or Neil.Laurenson@Worcestercity.net.

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4:34pm Wed 27 Aug 14

skychip says...

It is nice that there are people prepared to give up their time to improve the environment. Shame not everyone thinks the same.
It is nice that there are people prepared to give up their time to improve the environment. Shame not everyone thinks the same. skychip
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9:10am Thu 28 Aug 14

High Time says...

skychip wrote:
It is nice that there are people prepared to give up their time to improve the environment. Shame not everyone thinks the same.
I've no problem if it's improving the environment. But this is just a political stunt to advertise the Green party candidate for St Stephens Neal Murphy for next years local elections.
[quote][p][bold]skychip[/bold] wrote: It is nice that there are people prepared to give up their time to improve the environment. Shame not everyone thinks the same.[/p][/quote]I've no problem if it's improving the environment. But this is just a political stunt to advertise the Green party candidate for St Stephens Neal Murphy for next years local elections. High Time
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