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Rubbish Friends tackle biggest challenge yet

Rubbish Friends tackle biggest challenge yet

by Ollie Cowan (January 2017)

SOUTHPORT anti-litter group, Rubbish Friends, faced the biggest challenge of their five years’ existence when they tackled a huge pile of litter and debris under the pier.

It took 28 volunteers – accompanied by three dogs and a child – to clear the area and fill a record 87 bags of refuse.

Organiser Councillor Keith said: “It was completely strewn with litter, an absolute disgrace.

“The sight that greeted us under the pier was more in keeping with a third world country rather than a classic resort which is the way Southport is branded.

“It is a very sad reflection on a small minority of people. Rubbish Friends have been in talks with Sefton Council officials to try to work out methods of preventing such a build up in the future.”

Joint organiser Councillor Sue McGuire pointed out: “The best way of avoiding a litter build up is for people to be more environmentally conscious and dispose of their litter in the proper way.”

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