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The Malpas Webteam would like to thank everyone who took part in the "Clean up for the Queen" campaign, in Malpas last weekend.

We are aware that a party from the Chorlton and Cuddington Women's' Institute cleaned up those parishes, and the four ladies who cleaned up Church Street, Old Hall Street, Leech Lane and Tilston Road.

Charles Higgie together with John Shone and Dave Formstone, worked on Love Lane, The Recreation Ground and Chester Road, all the way to The Market Place, Hampton.

It is proposed to repeat the exercise every four weeks, to keep on top of things.

The Malpas "Litter Lords" will be meeting again outside the Jubilee Hall at 10am on Saturday April 2nd and 30th.

Why not come and join them — get some fresh air and exercise while doing a little bit for the community!

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