Record turnout for big clean-up on Witney's Madley Park estate

Members of the tidy-up team, Becky, Joseph and Sophie Raven, Nicky and Ian Mellings, Benjamin and Ralph Anker, Adie Gargan, and Chris Holliday

Members of the tidy-up team, Becky, Joseph and Sophie Raven, Nicky and Ian Mellings, Benjamin and Ralph Anker, Adie Gargan, and Chris Holliday

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MADLEY Park Residents’ Association celebrated the 10th anniversary of its first litter-pick with a record turnout for another tidy-up on Saturday.

A team of 52 residents of all ages turned out to clean the streets of the Witney estate.

The association’s chairman, David Bates, who organised the litter-pick, said: “The numbers steadily grow each year and there’s always a great community buzz.

“Lots of people love living on Madley Park, and the litter-pick is a great way of putting words into action and getting to know other residents.”

The resident filled 25 bags with litter and collected an assortment of items including a scaffolding pole, and litter blown from recycling boxes.

The association also holds a litter-pick in the autumn.

For more information, see madleyparkresidents.co.uk or email madleyparkresidents@googlemail.com

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