Reader's Letter: Does Handforth need a Clean Team?

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What can you pick up from one small street? Sagars Road in Handforth has a lovely small woodland along one side - and for some reason, some people seem to think they can throw things into it and they will magically disappear.

Then there are all the people who walk along the pavement on Sagars Lane, complaining about the litter. And finally, there are some of us who get out the wheelbarrow or bags and collect it. Does Handforth need a Clean Team like Wilmslow?

Photo by me of what I collected down 300m of roadside.

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Elaine Croft
Thursday 25th February 2021 at 7:53 am
What a great idea to set up a Handforth litter picking team ! The whole country needs a litter picking campaign and Handforth has been so much in the “public eye “ at present ! Perhaps the Parish council could do something really positive and launch the litter picking in lockdown campaign ? We recently went walking along the river Dean and the lay-by car park just past Stannylands hotel was appalling. No bin and litter everywhere. If everyone did a little litter picking and took their own rubbish home that would help greatly too. Let’s all please try to look after our countryside and environment Thank you.
Elaine Croft
Elaine Croft
Tuesday 30th March 2021 at 9:38 pm
What a great idea to set up a Handforth litter picking team ! The whole country needs a litter picking campaign and Handforth has been so much in the “public eye “ at present ! Perhaps the Parish council could do something really positive and launch the litter picking in lockdown campaign ? We recently went walking along the river Dean and the lay-by car park just past Stannylands hotel was appalling. No bin and litter everywhere. If everyone did a little litter picking and took their own rubbish home that would help greatly too. Let’s all please try to look after our countryside and environment Thank you.
Elaine Croft

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