The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: March 2016
Braving early morning snow showers, members of the WI and others began the assault on litter between Alpha House and the Surgery and then down the lane to The Spinney!
The photos show the team setting off in their endeavours yesterday!!
As Ruth McPhillips, President of the Tattenhall WI, said '... I would have been a Suffragette in another life ...'.
Thank you to all of them and if you are cleaning up an area local to you in the village, then let us know and we will send our roving reporter to your 'hotspot' too!!
The TWiG event today is:
Saturday 5 March at 10.00am.
* Everyone to meet behind the Flacca at the interpretation panel in Jubilee Wood.
* Litter picking will take place in Jubilee Wood.
Remember to bring bin bags/gloves/high visibility jackets/wellingtons and litter pickers if you have them.
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