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

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Members

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Years

28

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Meeting Cawston #1/2020

Meet the group 10:00am. at Cawston Cooperative

DofE Week 27

DofE Week 26

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road, Noble Drive, Bridle Path, Monks Close, Gold Avenue, Kalfs Drive, Big Park adjacent Bilton School, Sigwells Road, Bronze Road, Calvestone Road, Gerard Road...

DofE week 25

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road, Cawston Grange Drive, Cave Close Play Area, Bridle Path to Coventry Road, Cawston Grange Drive and then returned via Turchil road. Names / Bags /...

DofE week 24

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Turchil Road Play area, Gerard Road, Cawston Play Area, back to Co-op to meet up with Council led litter pick volunteers. Names / Bags / Time Ni...

DofE week 23

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Turchil Road Play area, Gerard Road, Calvestone Road, then returned via Turchil Road. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew, Stampy and Nicole / ...

DofE week 22

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Turchil Road Play area, Gerard Road, Calvestone Road, then returned via Turchil Road. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew, Stampy and Nicole /...

DofE week 21

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Cawston Grange Drive, Cave Close Play Area, Calvestone Road, then return Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 13:10 to 14:46...

DofE week 20

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Turchil Road Play area, Gerard Road, Calvestone Road, then returned via Turchil Road. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew / 1x Bags / 1 Hours ...

DofE week 19

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Noble Drive, Park, Cawston Grange Drive, Turchil Road, Then back to Saxon Close Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 16:00 to 17.00 Hrs. Route ...

DofE Week 18

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Cawston Grange Drive and return Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andy / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 18:00 to 19:28 Hrs. Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Ro...

DofE week 17

Route Lower Hillmorton Road and Kingsley Avenue. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Andrew / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 14:30 to 15:30 Hrs. Route Lower Hillmorton Road and Kingsley Avenue. Comments Ch...

DofE week 16

Route Lower Hillmorton Road and the AEI Park Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Nicole, Stampy / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 13:05 to 14:25 Hrs. Route Lower Hillmorton Road and the AEI Park Comments Ano...

DofE week 15

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Noble Drive, Park, Cawston Grange Drive, Turchil Road, Then back to Saxon Close Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Sia / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 13:05 to 14:25 Hrs. Rout...

DofE Week 14

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil road , Park, Cawston Grange Drive up to the A4071. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Sia and Andrew / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 13:05 to 14:25 Hrs. Route Saxon Cl...

DofE week 13

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Cawston Grange Drive, Cave Cove Play Area, Follow the path to A4071, Back to Saxon Close. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Saivaran, / 1x Bags / 1 Hours 1...

DofE week 12

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Cawston Grange Drive, A4071, then back to Saxon Close. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, Saivaran, Andrew / 2x Bags / 1 Hours 14:00 to 15.00 Hrs. Route ...

DofE week 11

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Cawston Grange Drive, Cave Close Play area, along the path until meeting up to Cawston Grange Drive, A4071, then back to Saxon Close. Names / Bags / T...

DofE Week 10

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Noble Drive, to bridle path into Park area by Christmas Tree, U-Turn Turchil Road, Play area and bridle path and return to Clement Way. Names / Bags / Time Nicholas, ...

DofE Week 9

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Noble Drive, Calvestone road, Gold Ave, Kalfs Drive, Wessex Mews, Sigwel Road, Ewart PL, Then the path to Bilton School, Lawford Lane, Calvestone Road, Turchil Road,...

DofE Week 8

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Calvestone Road, Lawford lane, Bilton School, Then came back to Saxon Close. Names / Bags Nicholas, Alex, Sunathee, Andrew./ 4 x Bags Hrs: 1 hour Ro...

DofE week 7

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Calvestone Road, Lawford Lane by Bilton School return. Names / Bags Nicholas, Saivaran, Nicole, Sunathee, Andrew./ 4 x Bags / 2 Hours 13:30 to 15:23 ...

DofE week 6

Route: Saxon Close, Clement Way, Noble Drive, bridleway, Turchil Road, Calvestone Road, bridleway to Cawston Play Area, Cawston Grange Drive, Trurchil Road, Clement Way, Saxon Close. Route: Saxon Clo...

DofE Week 5

Route: Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Cawstone Grange Drive, Cave Close Play Area, Trussell way, Durrenll Drive, Cawston Grange Drive, Saxon Close. Nicholas, Saivaran, Alex, Nicole, Sunathee...

DofE Week 4

Route Saxon Close, Turchil Road, Cawston Grange Drive, Cave Close Play Area then bridle path around the back of the estate. Rejoined top end of Cawston Grange Drive both sides back to Turchil Road. ...

DofE Week 3

Route: Turchil Road, Turchil Road Park, the via bridle path to Cawston Play Area adjacent to Cawston Grange Primary School. Photo shoot for Rugby Advertiser out side Cawston Grange Community Centre....

DofE week 2

Route Saxon Close, Clement Way, Turchil Road, Turchil Road Park, the via bridle path to Cawston Play Area adjacent to Cawston Grange Primary School. Then back of Co-op and community centre to Gerard...

DofE week 1

One and quarter hours. Clean up Clement Way, Churchill Road and Saxon Close area. Nicholas,Saivaran, Nicole, Andy and Sunathee. One and quarter hours. Clean up Clement Way, Churchill Road and Saxo...

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