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12th Aug, 2022

Tidy young ambassador highlights importance of community group

A TIDY young ambassador has been highlighting the importance Stratford’s Rubbish Friends group.

Shakespeare Lions member Harry Nash gave a presentation to fellow Lions about the group’s work in cleaning up the community.

Harry himself lends a hand during litter picks staged by the community clean-up group, and in maintaining the equipment.

And thanks to a donation from the lions, Rubbish Friends will be able to highlight their work even more with a pop-up banner.

Anyone wanting to join or find out more can search Rubbish Friends (Stratford upon Avon) on Facebook or call Becky Reynolds on 07853 995580.

* SUPPORT for a campaign in the district targeting single use plastic straws is growing.

Rubbish Friends launched its ‘Press Pause on Plastic Straws’ campaign last month.

Campaign manager Monica Davies said over 90 per cent of town centre food and drink businesses had been approached to consider their use of plastic straws.

More than 60 traders have agreed to display the campaign window sticker in support.

Search ‘Press Pause on Plastic Straws’ on Facebook to find out more details.

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