Big Co-op Clean efforts

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Lincolnshire Co-op's Big Co-op Cleans bring colleagues from across the Society together with members to look after the local environment. This June they lent a hand at five locations and golf balls, antique irons and other unusual items were collected from the clean ups.

At Hartsholme Community Area in Lincoln colleagues and members removed trees and rubber playground matting, painted fences and cleared undergrowth to create a community space between Lincoln United FC stadium and Hartsholme Cricket Club in Lincoln.

 

Volunteers at Warren Wood Specialist Academy in Gainsborough brightened up the entrance to the school by cutting back and tidying up an overgrown area. They also planted bulbs ready for next spring.

 

In a bid to help Holbeach retain its Gold ‘In Bloom’ 2018 status, borders and planters around St Nicholas Church were spruced up by our volunteers.

 

The garden at Mayflower House in Boston was transformed thanks to the help of volunteers who cut back trees and plants. They also cleared out a greenhouse, cleared a space for a veggie patch and more.


And, more than 60 kilos of rubbish was collected by colleagues and members during a beach clean at Huttoft Beach, near Skegness. Despite the dismal weather lots of volunteers helped and made a big difference.


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