Litter pickers hope to make Tyldesley parks more pleasant
10:40am Tuesday 24th September 2013 in NW
VOLUNTEERS spent a day picking up litter in Tyldesley parks.
A team of 12 people from Tyldesley Independent Methodist Church spent August 31 trying to make Shakerley Common and Astley Street Park cleaner and more pleasant for residents.
In total, the team collected over thirty bags of litter.
Joel Catchatoor, the organiser of the event, said: “As a church, we take pride in our local community here in Tyldesley. By investing our time in activities like the litter pick, we hope to demonstrate to the community a fraction of the love we believe God shows to us all.”
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