Great British Spring Clean

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The Parish Council will support the Great British Spring Clean, which will take place over the weekend 3 — 4 March 2018.
We have reported on this event in previous years and the success was clearly shown by the many bags of rubbish collected by an enthusiastic group of Tarvin Parish residents.

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So why not give a couple of hours of your time this year and give a good Spring Clean to our village(s).

If you would like to volunteer to help pick up litter, please contact the Clerk, Mike Hassall, tel: 741075 or email: Miketarvinparish@aol.com.

The main clear-up will be on Saturday 3 March between 9.30 am and 12.30 pm. Equipment and bags will be provided

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