Children from the Ryelands estate in Lancaster did a community litter pick over the Easter break. Here they are pictured with the binbags of litter they collected.

Lancaster children fill 14 binbags on litter pick

Children from Lancaster's Ryelands estate took part in a community litter pick over the Easter break.

By Michelle Blade
Monday, 11th April 2022, 12:30 pm
Updated Monday, 11th April 2022, 2:31 pm

Ryelands resident Jenny Armer, who recently took over the running of the Ryelands Residents community group, said: “They did an impressive job at tidying up our local streets with brand new litter-picking equipment that the council have graciously provided us.

"Together as a group we managed to collect 14 bin bags worth of litter in just one hour!

"For our hard working task force we made sure to provide the children with treats and refreshments for their hard work.”

"For our hard working task force we made sure to provide the children with treats and refreshments for their hard work.”

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