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Group fighting the litter in Dorchester
1:00pm Wednesday 9th October 2013 in News
A COMMUNITY group has joined the fight against litter in Dorchester.
Muntsy’s Community Care Activities Ltd, a day service that helps people live more independently and make the best use of facilities and services in the community, has been carrying out monthly litter picks in the county town.
The group meets twice a week in Dorchester for a range of activities such as drama, bowling, swimming, horse riding as well as community projects such as beach cleans and now litter picking.
The issue of litter was also on the agenda as Bob Kerr and Felicity McLaren from the Dorchester Stop the Drop campaign dropped into a recent meeting.
They spoke about the impact of litter on society before going out with the group to clean up central car parks in the town and the rear of some shops in South Street.
Mr Kerr said: “We hope we’ll see more of this enthusiastic group and a decline in Dorchester’s litter.”
Anyone interested in getting involved with the Stop the Drop anti litter campaign can contact Dorchester Town Council on 01305 266861 or email email@example.com and their name and number will be passed on to the group.
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