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Community clean-up with McDonalds

PUBLISHED: 12:05 21 May 2019

McDonalds staff, volunteers from Woodpeckers nursery and Sudbury community wardens at the big clean-up Picture: SUBMITTED

McDonalds staff, volunteers from Woodpeckers nursery and Sudbury community wardens at the big clean-up Picture: SUBMITTED

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Litter pickers joined forces with McDonalds in Sudbury for a clean-up around the town.

McDonald's staff and managers joined forces with Sudbury Town council community wardens and youngsters and adults from Woodpeckers nursery to pick up litter near the restaurant.

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The clean-up was part of the McDonalds "Love Where You Live" campaign and saw more than 40 bags of litter collected.

Craig Newnes of McDonalds said: "Litter is a real issue in all towns and I'm so proud of all of my team who are working together to minimise the litter in our community. "

Bradley Smith from Sudbury Town Council community wardens said: "It is fantastic to have struck up a working relationship with McDonald's Sudbury and it is wonderful that they are on board with helping to clean up the local area."

The street wardens organise regular community clean-ups around Sudbury. Ring them on 01787 372331 or contact them via email for more details.


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