The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TWiG: March 2016
Yesterday saw TWiG back in action clearing yet more litter but the weather was glorious (a bonus).
Members of the group, armed with an array of official bags and litter picking devices, have been hard at work clearing sections of The Spinney and Chester Road.
During the last few days, volunteers and residents have not only cleared many sacks of litter from Tattenhall's public spaces but they have then disposed of them at the Tattenhall Waste Recycling Centre.
Areas along Burwardsley Road, the Jubilee Wood, the Flacca Football Pitch, the lane linking Burwardsley Road to Rean Meadow, the High Street, the Spinney and parts of the Chester Road have been the focus of a number of groups over the last few days.
The levels of discarded litter are unacceptable.
This is a community problem and, as stated in the March edition of the Parish News, 'everyone has a responsibility to keep their community tidy and litter free'.
Please 'Keep Tattenhall Tidy'.
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