Chairman’s plea after litter squad clear up

Tired  but satisfied  volunteers take a well-deserved rest in St Boswells.
They were part of a team  comprising community councillors and other local residents  of around 16 which had just cleared litter accumulated in and around the village during the winter months.
Tired  but satisfied  volunteers take a well-deserved rest in St Boswells. They were part of a team  comprising community councillors and other local residents  of around 16 which had just cleared litter accumulated in and around the village during the winter months.

A tired – but satisfied – bunch of volunteers take a well-deserved rest in St Boswells.

They were part of a team – comprising community councillors and other local residents – of around 16 which had just cleared litter accumulated in and around the village during the winter months.

Council chairman John Pollock commented: “We achieved a decent result and collected a fair amount of rubbish, but it would be better if people didn’t throw away their rubbish in the first place.”

They were part of a team – comprising community councillors and other local residents – of around 16 which had just cleared litter accumulated in and around the village during the winter months.

Council chairman John Pollock commented: “We achieved a decent result and collected a fair amount of rubbish, but it would be better if people didn’t throw away their rubbish in the first place.”