In response to the increased litter levels as lock-down rules start to be lifted, some of you have told us that you are ready to start litter-picking again. We also know that many of you are still not comfortable to litter-pick again yet.  We do not in any way want to make anyone feel as though they should be back out there if they are not ready. However, we DO want to support anyone who is choosing to litter-pick right now.  You can now meet outside in a group of up to 30 people.  Please see the Government guidelines for further details https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Appleby Litter Pickers!

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We are a small group of volunteers who go out and about armed with litter picking sticks, hoops and bags collecting discarded litter from the paths and verges around our beautiful village and surrounding area. We are proud of where we live and by keeping the lanes and village litter free it shows we care about our community. We meet on a regular basis, usually at the weekend, tackling the area road by road. We try and keep Risby Road, Ermine Street north and south of the village for a couple of miles in each direction as well as within the village itself clear of litter. Sometimes we go further afield if the urge takes us! We welcome your support. Details of the forthcoming Litter-Pick dates may be found here on the Litter action website, on the village website (www.appley-lincs.co.uk) on the village notice board and on the village FaceBook Group (residents will need to join to see the information). We are supported by North Lincolnshire Council who collect the sacks of litter from our home for which we are very grateful. While we are always pleased to welcome new helpers to our small group of volunteers, if you can't help but wish to show your support please give us a toot on your horn and a cheery wave (and a wide berth) when you see us - a spot of encouragement goes a long way! Little could be said to beat the sense of achievement when you have litter picked the beautiful lanes surrounding our village. The countryside is transformed! Getting rid of litter really DOES make a difference!

Appleby Litter Pickers!
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January Spruce Up!

Meeting up for an hour on a regular basis can really make a difference. Times/dates will appear on the village FaceBook Group page, or contact me if you wish to help but don't belong to FaceBook (tel:...

Back In Action!

Following a break from litter picking (due to my shoulder surgery!) the Appleby litter Pickers are back in action! We are tackling the village and the boundaries within the village signs today. 6 sack...

Spring Superclean!

An ongoing big clean up of the areas we don't clean on a regular basis. March 10 - Ermine Street south today, as far as the Brigg turn off, resulted in 24 sacks, 3 treys, drums and car bumpers and p...

Winter Walk Ups!

Risby Road today! 8 sacks and counting! Another 15 sacks collected from Ermine Street north and south - Appleby and its surrounding area and litter free again! January 13 2013 - Today we tackled Ris...

Autumn Ambles!

Risby Roady - 3.5 miles More Autumn Ambles are planned - watch this space! 13 sacks collected in just under 2 hours. Risby Road is clean once more! Another 6 from Risby Road plus 13 from the Warren ...

Summer Titivate!

Throughout June, July and August we will continue with walk-ups along Ermine Stet and Risby Road. If anyone would like to help they are welcome to borrow a stick and hoop and 'adopt' a stretch of road...

April Accumulator!

No! This isn't an April Fool's joke! We intend keeping on top of the 3 main roads into the village this month. Walk-ups will be scheduled every weekend to cover Risby Road, Ermine Street North as far ...

Springtime Springcleans Continued! 2012

Regular Walk-Ups of Risby Road, Ermine Street north and south from the village will continue throughout March. 3rd and 4th March - Risby Road walk-up resulted in 4 sacks of litter. another 20 odd sa...

Springtime Springcleans! 2012

Over the next few weekends we will attempt to ''walk-up'' all of the roads we have cleaned recently. January 23 to 28 2012: This week we did a series of 'walk ups'. Risby Road, Winterton Lane, Ermine ...

The Big Broughton Bag Up!

We are off again - tackling the very scruffy, heavily littered B1207 from the Brigg turn off (with the B1208) to the Broughton 30mph signs. These verges are not only heavily littered but are hard to a...

Big Brigg Bag-Up - 2012!

We hope to clear the road all the way to Brigg this month. If anyone feels like joining us please give me a call, 735439. We tackled a section alongside Appleby Woods today, January 1st, filling 20 sa...

Big Brigg Bag-Up!

An ongoing even to clear the verges between Appleby Woods and Brigg, around 4 miles. These verges are really bad! I estimate we could easily fill 300 sacks. 11.12.11 We filled 13 sacks in an hour an...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Winter Wanderers!

While the weather holds (and before a blanket of snow arrives and hides the litter!) we will continue to keep the lanes around the village clean, going as far as Dawes Lane south and Winterton Lane No...

Appleby Litter-Pick!

Risby Road clean up! A beautiful day today, time to attack the whole of Risby Road! We collected a tv, a tyre and just 9 sacks of mainly 'fast food' litter. A bit different to the first time we did t...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Autumn Tidy Up!

Meet at the cottage - we are tackling the whole length of Ermine Street today! Ring me if you would like to help, 735439 Thanks! The Big Autumn Tidy up is ongoing - we spent a couple of hours today, N...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Walk-up!

Every couple of weeks we will spend 2 hours each weekend going over the 3 roads into the village - Ermine Street North and South, and Risby Road. Now these verges have been thoroughly 'deep cleaned' w...

Appleby Litter-Pick - with Broughton!

The Appleby Litter-Pickers are meeting up with volunteers from Broughton (who are also registered with Litter Action) to clean the road between the two communities, a heavily littered 3 mile stretch o...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Ermine Street North

Meet at the Holmes Lane/Ermine Street crossroads at noon to Litter-Pick Ermine Street heading towards the A1077. Please ring Anita to book your equipment: 735439. We have enough tools for 8 volunteers...

Appleby Litter-Pick!

Please visit appleby-lincolnshire.co.uk for details and links. We are joining forces with Winterton this weekend to clear the lane from Appleby to Winterton. Thank you WINTERTON! With your help we hav...

Appleby Litter-Pick!

Watch out Winterton! We are coming!! Meet at noon at the Ermine Street / Winterton Lane junction (about a mile and a half north of Appleby). We stout boots and bring your gloves. We will provide litte...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Ermine Street and beyond!

11am start. Meet up point to be arranged. Ring Anita if you would like to join us for an hour or three! (735439) 10 sacks filled from Ermine Street towards Winterton, just half a mile, as well as Risb...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Ermine Street and beyond!

Meeting point to be decided upon - watch this space! Tilly joined us on this wet Saturday. We tackled Ermine Street, starting at Dawes Lane end and getting as far as the entrance in to Appleby Woods. ...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Ermine Street North

Risby Road - DONE! Ermine Street - almost DONE! Where will we go next? The Litter-Pick on Saturday 12th February will be a bit different. We intend walking the 3 main roads we have cleared to pick up...

Litter Pick - Ermine Street South

Meet at 11am on Ermine Street just south of the village. Look out for my pick up! We hope to get as far as Appleby Level Crossing today. You are welcome to join us for just an hour or until we finish ...

Appleby Litter-Pick - Risby Road

Meet on Risby Road - we hope to get to the very end where it joins the A1077 We DID it! The whole of Risby Road cleared of litter! Around 90 sacks of rubbish plus 19 tyres/wheels. Thanks to the 5 volu...

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