Join us for the Love Your Chelmsford Litter Pick

Do you want to make a difference to your community and help clear it of litter? Love Your Chelmsford are inviting volunteers to join them on one of their litter picks on Thursday 21 February.

The group will be meeting at 10am at the West Park Pitch and Putt, CM1 2RY and will be covering West Park, Admirals Park, Central Park and the surrounding areas. The event will end at around 11.30am.

All equipment will be provided: however volunteers are asked to wear sturdy footwear and suitable clothing. Free refreshments will also be on offer after the event.

Everyone is welcome to join us but please note that children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

The Love Your Chelmsford initiative aims to improve the quality of the environment in the Chelmsford area. If you would like to join please email lyc@chelmsford.gov.uk. For more information on the Love Your Chelmsford initiative visit http://www.chelmsford.gov.uk/communities/love-your-chelmsford or you can follow their work on Facebook http://@LoveYourChelmsford.

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