Celebrating our parks and open spaces

Edition: Summer 2021

During the various lockdowns we have all learned to value our parks and open spaces which have become essential for exercise and wellbeing.

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Following the lockdown restrictions easing and coinciding with the arrival of the warmer weather, many more people are heading to our parks and countryside sites to meet with friends and loved ones.

Sadly, a minority are spoiling things by leaving their litter behind.

As we head towards the summer we are asking everyone to show our open spaces the respect they deserve by putting all their litter in the bin or taking it home with them.

We all deserve a great summer, please enjoy our open spaces responsibly.

Sadly, a minority are spoiling things by leaving their litter behind.

As we head towards the summer we are asking everyone to show our open spaces the respect they deserve by putting all their litter in the bin or taking it home with them.

We all deserve a great summer, please enjoy our open spaces responsibly.

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