Marlow Town Council supports Great British Spring Clean

The Great British Spring Clean is a campaign organised by Keep Britain Tidy with a simple aim: to bring people across the country together to clear up the litter that blights towns, villages, countryside and beaches.

As part of the ‘Great British Spring Clean’ members of Marlow Town Council and volunteers went out with litter pickers to tidy up the town. It was a bit of a damp start, but undaunted Mayor Jocelyn Towns, Cllr Richard Scott and Carol Heap, a volunteer, went around Station Road, Glade Road, Claremont Road, Cromwell Road and Liston Court, filling six black bin bags of rubbish. Another group, led by Cllr Suzanne Brown, set off from Higginson Park.

“We had a great walk around the town and met and chatted to many residents. All were very supportive and many offered their help for the next time” Jocelyn said. “We aim to organise another event, hopefully when the weather’s a little kinder!”

Photo: Mayor Jocelyn Towns, Cllr Richard Scott and Carol Heap with their bags of litter

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