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Litter Pick – Ickles Lock, Don Valley Way

07-05-19 10:00 - 13:00
Address: Steel St, Rotherham S60 1FB, UK

Join the Friends of the Don Valley Way as they pick the litter from the tow path past Ickles Lock. 

We will be meeting at 10 at Ickles Lock until 1. we will have a break half way through for refreshments that will be provided. All equipment will be provided on the day. Please wear appropriate clothing for outdoor work.

For more imformation contact task leader Anthony Cox on 07384 543124.

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