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Community clean-up on November 14th

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The Wandle Trust organises community clean-ups of the River Wandle on the second Sunday of every month, rotating between the boroughs of Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth.

The next clean-up is in Wandsworth and it takes place on Sunday November 14 in Foster's Way, Earlsfied, when volunteers will be playing their part in helping keep the water in the Wandle some of the cleanest in London.

It starts at 11am and it is likely to go on for four hours, with the volunteers usually collecting at least two skips full of rubbish. Wandle Trust Christmas cards, designed by Trustee Jane Porter and printed locally, will be on sale at the event.

The meeting point is between the Lydden Road bridge and the Foster's Way bridge in Earlsfield. It is well-served by public transport (overground train to Earlsfield station and on the 44 and 270 bus routes).

Organisers supply a limited number of waders, plus protective gloves and First Aid facilities, but ask volunteers to bring their own wellies and wear old clothes. For further information about clean-ups, email cleanups@wandletrust.org or see www.wandletrust.org.

November 8, 2010