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

Forres Community Clean Up

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I have set up this group as I have been cleaning the burn near the Mosset Tavern since early 2011. The river fills up with plastic, glass and an assortment of garbage on a regular occasion. I am barely making any in roads into keeping the river clean and so I thought it would be great to have other community member join in to help. Together we can make the river a great place for the enjoyment of the community. In 2016, we merged our group with Forres Community Clean Up, a local group that cleans the streets and public places in Forres. Joe Pirnie is the co-ordinator of this group

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May Litter Pick

We will be clearing litter from the Mosset Burn between bridge street and Orchard Road. Please meet us at Orchard Bridge on Saturday at 10am.

Mosset Burn Pick

Meet at the Mosset Burn duck pond opposite the Mosset Tavern at 10am.

Duck Pond

Our next litter pick will be on Saturday 13th June 2015 at 10am. We will meet by the duck pond just in front of the Mosset Tavern. All equipment will be provided, looking forward to seeing you all th...

Closed for the year

As winter is fast approaching and the burn is full again, I would like to suggest that we close off this year and start up next march/April 2015. I would like to thank you for all your help this year...

14 June 2014

Good afternoon I hope you are all having a wonderful day and enjoying the sun. Our next litter pick of the burn will be on Saturday 14th June at 10am. We will meet in Bursdshaugh Rd, at the footbrid...

May 2014

We had another successful litter pick in the rain this morning. I was telling Steven that the only time that we won't meet up is if the burn has iced over(or having a snow blizzard). We collected 10...

April 2014

Meet at Duck Pond at 10am Another successful clean up today, many thanks for all your help. The job goes so much quicker now that we have a few more volunteers to help. In the past we took 3 hours to...

Mosset Burn Pick

We will meet on Saturday 8th March at 10am at the footbridge by the Chip Shop. The bridge is in Birdshaugh lane. Please bring your waders, gloves etc, I will have equipment for those who don't have a...

October Pick

We will clear the section from Fleurs Place to Orchard Bridge. Please meet at 10am on Saturday at the footbridge by the chip shop I would like to thank you for your help this year in keeping the Mosse...

September

Mosett Tavern Pond Well we missed all those people that could not make it on Saturday for the litter pick. Nevertheless we had a group of 5 people and still managed to haul out 14 bags of garbage. Onc...

June

Many thanks for your sterling effort today. We hauled out a lot less bags than we normally do. The burn unfortunately is still being used as a convenient place to discard your trash versus dropping i...

April

Mosset Burn

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

Our first litter pick of the year will take place along the Mosett Burn on Saturday 9th March at 10am. We will meet at the duck pond on the same side as the Mosett Tavern. Please wear shoes with a go...

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

The idea is to do a quick sweep of the burn from the Mosett Tavern to Orchard Road and then to do a full clear out from there to the Academy. We will meet on Saturday outside the Mosett Tavern by th...

Saturday Cleanup

To clean the section of the river between Orchard Road and the A96. All equipment will be provided. Please wear shoes/boots with a good grip. Please meet at 10am at the Duck Pond on the same side as ...

2015

We hold litter picks on the 2nd Saturday of every month at 10am. Email for details

Mosett Burn Litter Pick

I thought that I would get in early and set the date for our litter clean up of the burn. We will meet on Saturday 8th March at 10am at the footbridge by the Chip Shop. The bridge is in Birdshaugh lan...

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