Things are picking up

By Rob George 21/06 Updated: 22/06 11:37

Buy photos » Coun Neil Laurenson (far left) joined members of Perdiswell Community Church for the litter pick. (s)

SEVERAL bags of rubbish and recyclable waste were collected during a litter pick around St Stephen’s on Saturday (June 16).

Green Party city councillor Neil Laurenson teamed up with members of Perdiswell Community Church for the day.

And it proved to be such a success that plans are now in place for a monthly litter pick around the area.

The event was made possible thanks to donations of pickers and tabards from the Duckworth Worcestershire Trust.

Coun Laurenson said: “As there were nine of us, we managed to cover a fairly large area in a short space of time.

“I’m grateful to members of Perdiswell Community Church for organising the litter pick, and look forward to joining them on another one

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