On Saturday, 20 volunteers from Cardiff Rivers Group litter-picked Hamadryad Park in Cardiff Bay. Despite the blustery conditions, the volunteers worked for 2 hours to remove 62 bags of rubbish from the park and banks along the waters edge.
Their numbers were boosted today by the welcome addition of 7 new recruits! These new volunteers came from various parts of Cardiff to lend a hand and were a great help.
Louise Tambini, committee member said, “It was a great turn-put again today. I am always delighted with the number of fantastic volunteers who give up their free time to look after their local environment. They are a great example to everyone. Together we made a huge improvement to the park and Cardiff Bay.”
|Briefing the troops|
More photos from today’s event can be seen on our Flickr page here.
Cardiff Rivers Group are supported by Keep Wales Tidy and the Tidy Towns initiative that is funded by Welsh Government. If you would like to get involved, please contact Louise Tambini. All rubbish collected was disposed of by Cardiff Council Park services.