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'Clean for the Queen'

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An update on the 'Clean for the Queen' initiative:

This is a national community campaign which aims to inspire people to pick up litter in their local areas during the weekend of 4th, 5th and 6th March.

Tattenhall WI are making their contribution on Friday 4th March starting at 10.00am by litter-picking along Chester Road from Alpha House to the Surgery (including the path down to the Spinney).

All welcome to join us to clean up our village — we look forward to seeing you on the pathway near The Rectory, Chester Road on 4th March at 10.00am!

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