Brent North Conservatives pick litter left by ‘thoughtless’ visitors to Woodcock Park
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Armed with litter picks and blue bags Conservative Party members kicked off a series of park clean ups in Kenton.
Councillors Michael Maurice and Suresh Kansagra joined members of the Brent North Conservatives and local people on Saturday (September 5) in Woodcock Park.
They got busy helping clean up the mess and litter left behind by visitors as art of the Great British September Clean Up.
Cllr Maurice said: “Starting with Woodcock Park, armed with blue bags, litter pickers, masks, gloves and sanitisers, a good number of us scoured the park picking up the rubbish strewn around by thoughtless people.
“We are making a conscious effort to clean up our part of Brent and make our parks and surroundings a clean and pleasant for people to visit, live and work in.
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“We will usually go out on a Saturday or Sunday.”
To join the next clean up day this Saturday (September 12) contact Kanta Mistry at BNCA@btconnect.com
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