Thanks to all our Great British Spring Clean HEROES!!!

Monday, March 6th, 2017
Filed under: Amersham in Bloom, News Item

Thanks to all our Great British Spring Clean HEROES!!

Following an extremely successful weekend cleaning up Amersham, ATC would like to say a huge thanks to everyone who turned out to help! Over 50 big sacks of litter were collected over the three day campaign which included the help of Stony Dean School, St. Mary’s Church Youth Group , 2nd Amersham Common Beavers, Amersham in Bloom volunteers, ATC Councillors and ATC Staff!

Amersham is now looking pristine for the Spring……Don’t forget….the Amersham in Bloom team are always on the look out for more volunteers…..should you be interested in keeping Amersham blooming and beautiful….please contact Steve Catanach on SteveC@amersham-tc.gov.uk or telephone the ATC Office on 01494 434000.

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