‘Keep Britain Tidy’ Litter picking

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‘Keep Britain Tidy’ Litter picking

On 4th March 2017, Khuddam and Atfal from across the region took part in the Keep Britain Tidy event at various locations. Over 20 Khuddam and Atfal actively took part with local residents in #KeepBritainTidy event, and assisted with cleaning up in Morden Town Centre with Merton Council, alongside with the local councilors Imran Uddin and Ross Garrod. Similarly, Khuddam also took part in their residential locations within the region, namely Inner Park area, Putney Vale area, Roehampton’s Alton area and Southmead area. Overall more than 60 Khuddam and Atfal were involved in this cleaning up activity on this day.

The litter picking and cleaning up in Morden, Merton got some press coverage:

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