Litter pick to help clear popular Norwich walking route

Lakenham Way pathway. Picture: SONYA DUNCAN

Lakenham Way pathway. Picture: SONYA DUNCAN


A litter pick will take place along a popular city pathway.

The next Lakenham Way Litter Pick will take place on Friday, March 9, from 10am to noon.

Volunteers will be meeting as usual outside Lakenham Neighbourhood Office in Mansfield Lane, Norwich.

People are asked to just come along for however long they can spare. Litter grabbers are provided and gloves as well for people who don’t have them.

Participants are asked to wear sturdy footwear.

There will also be an extra session of cutting back vegetation at the Sandy Lane end of Lakenham Way on Monday, March 5, between 1.30pm and 3pm.

This is designed to protect the grassland habitat for the colony of common lizards.

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