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North Mymms Youth Project:


North Mymms Youth Project will be doing their annual litter pick around the local area next Sat 11th March starting at 2pm in the North Mymms Youth and Community centre carpark.



If any local residents want to come along and help please do so we can provide litter pickers, black sacks and gloves.



Also, if you are aware of any litter 'hotspots' that need clearing (and that would be reasonably safe for kids to do - we won't be tackling the A1(M) grass verges for instance..) please let us know. 01707 444420. Thanks!

If you want to see what the Youth Project got up to last year, you can see our 'review of the video' online at http://www.nmyouth.org.uk/2016/

sasquartch:
The area around BP railway station, the path that runs behind the old bike shed is always littered with rubbish

epiphany:
Bradmore Lane has approximately 1,000,000 (give or take) empty Stella cans littering virtually the entire length and extending along Warrengate Road.


What it is about Stella drinkers? I noticed a similar epidemic in Blackhorse Lane, South Mimms recently

Dilbert:
Its a great thing to be doing so on behalf of one grateful resident thank you.


I run along Swanland Road and then into Warrengate Road and the litter along both is dreadful (I totally agree with the comment re Stella cans) I have written to Grant and the council asking that they collect the rubbish (lots of fly tipping along Swanland).


I did collect all the recycling along Warrengate by the stables a fortnight ago but there was still loads of litter so that maybe one area you may wish to consider.

epiphany:

--- Quote from: Dilbert on March 10, 2017, 11:29:35 pm ---
I run along Swanland Road and then into Warrengate Road and the litter along both is dreadful (I totally agree with the comment re Stella cans) I have written to Grant and the council asking that they collect the rubbish (lots of fly tipping along Swanland).


--- End quote ---

The Parish and Borough boundary is pretty much just south of Hawkshead Lane/Warrengate Road junction, so the entire length of the path alongside Swanland Road leading to South Mimms is actually in the Borough of Hertsmere.


You will need to notify Hertsmere Borough Council and Oliver Dowden MP.

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