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This year's Tarvin Community Clear Up Day is a little earlier than usual as we are all being invited to Clean for the Queen.

Clean for the Queen is a campaign to clear up Britain over the weekend of 4th- 6th March 2016 in time for Her Majesty the Queen's 90th Birthday.

Tarvin Parish Council is coordinating a Parish-wide litter pick on Saturday 5th March starting from Tarvin Community Centre at 9.30am and the Parish Council would like to invite you to give 2 hours of your time for this worthwhile tidy up. The village centre and roads within our residential areas will be a priority.

Alternatively residents could simply check on the street where they live and make sure it is litter free- it's amazing where litter can be found particularly in hedgerows. Wildlife also benefits hugely from removing harmful litter from their habitat. More enthusiastic residents may wish to clear the road gutters near where they live of weeds.

If you are joining the Community for its annual Spring Clean please dress warm and bring strong gloves to wear. We hope to see you on 5th March.

Ed: "Tarvinonline published an article from the Parish Council in January announcing the "Clean for the Queen Campaign", let's all sign up to clean up on the 5th March
There is a Facebook page: "Tarvin Community Clear Up Day"

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