Many Thanks To Wildlife Volunteers Who Braved The Weather

PUBLISHED: 09:43 07 October 2008 | UPDATED: 10:35 04 May 2010

MANY thanks to everyone who braved the wet and windy weather to take part in the joint LCPRE/Wildlife Trust litter pick around the Ely Wildspace last Saturday. Altogether we collected more than 30 bin liners of rubbish (not to mention discarded road signs, a tyre, and car battery) and raised well over £200 for LCPRE s campaign to save Ely Common and for the Wildlife Trust s appeal for buying Chettisham Meadow. Thanks to everyone who sponsored us. The next LCPRE fund-raiser will be an auction of art and promises, at the Hayward Theatre, from 7pm on Saturday, November 22. Do come along, have fun, and help protect the common from development - tickets on sale soon.

ANDREW BALMFORD

Chairman, Local Campaigners for the Protection of Rural Ely

MANY thanks to everyone who braved the wet and windy weather to take part in the joint LCPRE/Wildlife Trust litter pick around the Ely Wildspace last Saturday. Altogether we collected more than 30 bin liners of rubbish (not to mention discarded road signs, a tyre, and car battery) and raised well over £200 for LCPRE's campaign to save Ely Common and for the Wildlife Trust's appeal for buying Chettisham Meadow. Thanks to everyone who sponsored us. The next LCPRE fund-raiser will be an auction of art and promises, at the Hayward Theatre, from 7pm on Saturday, November 22. Do come along, have fun, and help protect the common from development - tickets on sale soon.

ANDREW BALMFORD

Chairman, Local Campaigners for the Protection of Rural Ely

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