You may remember some time ago we shared information about a community event we were helping to organise. Two of our junior volunteers were shocked by the state of the Cynon Line because of all the rubbish that had been thrown. Sadly when we first planned the clean up the rain stopped play but but we’re back.
Join us, Tuesday 30th October at 12pm (midday) meeting at Robertstown Bridge at the end of Tudor Terrace (rear of Tesco)
Rubbish can affect people with disabilities in many ways; crisp packets thrown away can cause people who have difficulty walking or people with visual impairments to trip and glass and drinks cans can affect the tyres of wheelchair users.
Litter can also be a hazard for the elderly and children, in partnership with Tesco and other organisations we are aiming to clear up as much as we can, come along and help us!
As well as doing our bit for the community and making the area more accessible we’re helping the Environment. We have a responsibility to keep our surroundings as clean and as tidy as we can to make it a better place for everyone #KeepCynonTidy.
We’ve called this May’s Campaign in honour of the Junior volunteers who came up with the idea. Don’t forget, you can help us by joining our clean up on Tuesday 30th October at 12pm (midday) meeting at Robertstown Bridge at the end of Tudor Terrace (rear of Tesco).