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Horsham DC Wardens 34m
On foot patrol today found dog fouling on a footpath and litter in a car park, just a few metres from the bin! ๐Ÿ˜กPlease pick up, bag and bin poo ๐Ÿ’ฉand put litter in a bin or take it home to protect the environment.
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SDF Youth Clubs Nov 10
The faces say it all: we're not at all impressed with the person chucking over bags of dog poo into the Farm These children found at least 60 bags today and removed them from the site to keep it a clean and safe place for the community to enjoy
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Andrew Catherall Nov 9
Abortive attempt to on a Coldhamโ€™s Common - recyclables bag got full just on the 0.2 mile walk to get there down a โ€˜normalโ€™ residential street - 51 glass/plastic bottles and cans!
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Shakeymc Nov 10
Litter Picking Watch Romney Marsh. 41 bags collected by 11 volunteers
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BwD Council Nov 12
Our fantastic volunteers have now collected more than 20,000 bags of litter!๐Ÿ‘ To celebrate, our Mayor surprised 'busy bee' Peter while out on his rounds! If you'd like to get involved, click๐Ÿ‘‰
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Darren Woodiwiss 1h
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Wentworth Primary School 21h
A special assembly with Wayne and Koda today. Such an important message about
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Wycombe Marsh Community Environment Group Nov 11
We firmly believe this is true. We can make a difference โœŠ
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Market Harborough Environment Group Nov 10
At our latest river pick, our trusty volunteers retrieved 4 Supermarket trollies, picked 8 bags litter and retrieved a safe, which unfortunately didn't contain any cash! A fire extinguisher seen previously was nowhere to be seen.
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jennifer roberts Nov 10
Lovely morning for a 3 bags. Usual serial tosser present.
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Go-Gum Limited 4h
Weโ€™ve been working hard with to remove carelessly discarded mess from the streets in and around Sutton town centre:
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Ryannewton85 Nov 11
Replying to @CarlsbergMC
Holy shit. Right. We need to stop poaching them. Breed them. Armies of them. Set them loose over Britain
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@caroleann Nov 12
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Go-Gum Limited Nov 6
Did you know we offer a nationwide one stop shop when it comes to outdoor cleaning, restoration and surface protection. We work with Local Authority ๐Ÿ›, Highways ๐ŸšŒ, Transportation ๐Ÿš‰, BIDs ๐Ÿ“ˆ, Construction ๐Ÿ—, Education ๐ŸŽ“, Retail ๐Ÿฌ and Commercial ๐Ÿญ sectors!
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Lauren Louise Flint 17h
Replying to @JuliaBradbury
This is a regular site at roundabouts and roadsides. Litter is becoming compacted and enmeshed with shrubs and undergrowth, no doubt suffocating the earth and its natural inhabitants. !!
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Margatematters 21h
3 weeks in a row where our recycling has not been collected!!! why do you keep changing the collection days/routines, then not collect them ? Our recycling bin is now overflowing. Please can you sort this out .
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diana Nov 10
Busy day. Joined the wombles & cleared 18 bags from area, & fly tipping to report. Break to attend remembrance service then home to fill another bag off my estate
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Darren Woodiwiss Nov 11
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Darren Woodiwiss Nov 8
Yesterday I bumped into a chap from my office and he said to me. "You know, I've seen you out at lunchtimes and have been inspired" He has bought a picker and bag loop and is going to litter pick when he walks his dog.
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PlumbMaid Nov 11
Quick Monday whinge about tidiness. I often find empty discarded inhibitor bottles in lofts, whatโ€™s the issue with carrying that empty bottle back downstairs to put in the recycling ๐Ÿคฏ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ Does my head in lazy bones.
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