Breydon Water Reserve the target for volunteer litter pickers

PUBLISHED: 16:46 25 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:46 25 April 2017

Volunteers carry out a litter pick on Breydon Water Reserve

Volunteers carry out a litter pick on Breydon Water Reserve

Bure Valley Conservation Group

As part of their ongoing conservation management activities, the Bure Valley Conservation Group, in conjunction with Great Yarmouth Borough Council and the RSPB, carried out a volunteer litter pick work session at the Breydon Water Reserve in Great Yarmouth.

It resulted in many bags of waste being collected and disposed of responsibly. The volunteers’ work helps in making the area a more pleasant and safer habitat for the abundance of wildlife located on the site, as well as making it a more pleasant place for visitors to the reserve to enjoy.

Picture: Bure Valley Conservation Group

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