Most Litter Ever Picked in a day by SusWoT

Litter Picking in Westbury

25 November 2018

There were 13 SusWoT members cleaning up rubbish in Westbury on Sunday 25 November.  They were divided into three groups and tackled the Fly-tipping in the woods by the Dingle near Grove Road, the fly-tipping in the woods above the Trym near Vintery Leys and in the nearby estate,  and the alleyways and lanes off Canford Lane including all grass areas adjacent and the space by the enormous billboard in the village.

Rubbish collected from the woods near Grove Road, some residents thought we were fly tippers. But I think they are happy now.

In total about 36 sacks of rubbish were collected as well as clothes, tractor tyres, abandoned bikes, car parts, paint, lead acid batteries, full bottles of talc, garden waste, children’s toys, picnic tables, decorators waste and more.

Litter from the team litter picking around Canford Lane

SusWoT works with Bristol Waste who collect the rubbish and recycling SusWoT collect.

If you want to be part of the team trying to clean up Westbury please be in touch.

Litter from the woods between the river Trym and Vintry Lyes
Andrew and John admiring their collection of litter from the Clover Ground area

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