Street Priders help clean up after the Straw Bear.

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For many years the volunteer Street Pride group have held a clean up event after the Straw Bear celebration.

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Who dropped this litter?….I think I know who the culprit was He won’t be doing that again …. Well at least for another year.

2016 SB04The Pride were out in force on a chilly Sunday morning, with 18 members clearing up from the day (and night) before.

The team who filled the Street Scene van with 21 bags.


Future Events.
Saturday 23rd January     10:30am
Park Lane School, Park Lane, Whittlesey, Peterborough PE7 1JB

Clean up and maintenance of the garden and children’s play area.
Join us at 10.30am along with parents and councillors.

Saturday 30th January   10am
Mortons Leam.

Meet in the layby (Long Drove) just outside of the town on the B1040 towards Dog in a Doublet.

Saturday 13th February   10am
King’s Delph.

Meet in the layby on the A605

Wednesday 10th February  7pm
Whittlesey Street Pride Management Committee meeting

The Meeting Room at The Manor Leisure Centre (next to the hall).We still have spaces for 2 new members who could give up an hour every couple of months to shape the future of Whittlesey Street Pride

Wednesday 17th February  7:30pm

Bi-Monthly meeting in Whittlesey Town Hall
All members and friends welcome to attend.

Thank you to all who attended today. Without your support there would be no Pride.
I look forward to seeing you at the next event.

Rob Kent

Chairman – Fred Mills                    Vice Chairman – Bernard Gray-Esson
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Secretary – Peter Davies                Treasurer – Rob Kent                                              [email protected]                          [email protected]

Alan Hobbs    David Palmer    Margaret Palmer     Min Mean

Whittlesey Street Pride are a volunteer group established in 2008 as an environmental impact group. Since their inception, the group have removed in excess of 40,000+ Kgs of litter & rubbish from the town and surrounding villages. We have 9 Gateway projects, ranging from floral boats to plough gardens and adopted laybys. We are a community based group under the umbrella of Fenland District Council.
We are self-financing and are grateful to the many local businesses for their generous support and sponsorship.
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