Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Youngsters encouraged to clean up Ryelands

Lancaster's youth are being urged to get involved in a litter pick tomorrow, (4th July) when it's hoped they'lljoin the neighbourhood policing team to help clean up their community in the Ryelands area.

The litter pick has been organised by McDonalds, Cedar House School and Ryelands and will start at 9.45am with everyone meeting on Ryelands car park before moving on to Dee Road play park and the Croasdale area.

There will be certificates given out and a meal at McDonalds afterwards where a couple of prizes will be awarded for the most rubbish collected.

Lancaster City Council are providing high visibility vests and equipment.

 “This is a great opportunity for people living in the Ryelands area to get to know other local people and to take pride in their community," feels PCSO Cath Elliott.

"I really want to thank all the organisations that have given in support in arranging this and I just really want to encourage people to come along and get involved and together we can really make a difference.”

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