Join us to keep South Woodham Ferrers Tidy

On Wednesday 5 September, South Woodham Ferrers is getting some extra care and attention and Love Your Chelmsford are asking you to get involved.

Love Your Chelmsford are inviting volunteers in South Woodham Ferrers and surrounding areas to join them on a litter pick.

The group will be meeting at 10am in the square outside William De Ferrers School and will be covering Scholars Walk, Cutlers Road Industrial Estate and Bancroft Road Industrial Estate and the surrounding areas. The event will end at 12 noon.

All equipment will be provided: however volunteers are asked to wear sturdy footwear and suitable clothing. Everyone is welcome, although children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

If you would like to join please email For more information on Love Your Chelmsford visit or you can follow their work on Facebook http://@LoveYourChelmsford

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