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Volunteers needed for Welsh Harp reservoir litter pick

The Action for Silk Stream organised event will take place on Saturday 23rd of March

An image of litter picked rubbish
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Action for Silk Stream, in partnership with Barnet Council and neighbours Harrow Council, are holding a litter picking event are looking for volunteers to litter pick the northern edge of the Welsh Harp reservoir on Saturday 23rd March 2024.

Equipment will be provided but attendees must wear their own wellingtons.

The group will meet at West Hendon Playing Fields car park, NW9 7EZ at 10.30am.  The litter pick will last until 12.30pm.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Places for the litter pick must be booked in advance: https://www.thames21.org.uk/event/action-for-silk-stream-river-action-day-3/ 

Action for Silk Stream aims to make this event as accessible as possible. 

Questions should be directed to Helen Cardy at [email protected] or 07743 927799.


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