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Community collects 40 bags of litter around McDonald's in Sudbury for Love Where You Live campaign




Restaurant staff, community wardens and nursery children cleared litter around McDonald's in Sudbury, as part of the Love Where You Live campaign. Contributed picture. (10297702)
Restaurant staff, community wardens and nursery children cleared litter around McDonald's in Sudbury, as part of the Love Where You Live campaign. Contributed picture. (10297702)

More than 40 bags of rubbish were collected around McDonald’s in Sudbury during a community litter pick.

Sudbury community wardens and nursery children joined more than 20 McDonald’s staff and managers for the clean-up, as part of the restaurant’s Love Where You Live campaign.

Franchisee Craig Newnes, who organised the event, said: “I’m so proud of my team, who are working to minimise the litter in our community.”

Community warden Bradley Smith added: “It is fantastic to have struck up a working relationship with McDonald’s, and it is wonderful they are on board with helping to clean up the local area.”



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