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Hoveton Hates Litter

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I started litter picking as I was annoyed by the litter in the hedges outside Roys supermarket and it snowballed from there. I regularly litter pick around the village and also other areas whilst out and about. I am doing this for the wildlife and the environment.

Hoveton Hates Litter
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Great British Spring Clean

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