Turnham Green Litter Pick Taking Place This Sunday

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Cllr Ron Mushiso (right) with a young volunteer on Chiswick Back Common
Cllr Ron Mushiso (right) with a young volunteer on Chiswick Back Common


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February 20, 2024

The monthly Turnham Green Litter Pick is taking place this Sunday (25 February) and all are welcome to join.

If you’d like to take part meet as usual at 2.30pm outside Christ Church, Turnham Green, for about an hour of litter picking on the Green and the surrounding residential streets, and then back to church by 3.30pm for tea, home-made cake and a time to chat.

You should bring your own gardening gloves and dress appropriately (currently the forecast is for some rain on the day.

The group meets on the fourth Sunday of each month (excluding December) and the meeting after this one will be The Great Chiswick Spring Clean on 24 March. This incorporates Keep Britain Tidy’s The Great British Spring Clean Campaign (GBSC), the nation’s biggest mass-action environmental campaign into the local event.

Subsequent litter picks take place on:

28 April
26 May
23 June
28 July
25 August
22 September
27 October
24 November


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