Icklesham made clean for the Queen by councillors

Icklesham Parish Councillors braved the rain to litter pick for the Queen's 90th birthday
Icklesham Parish Councillors braved the rain to litter pick for the Queen's 90th birthday
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Icklesham council undertook its latest litter pick at the recreation ground as part of the Clean for the Queen initiative today (Saturday, April 16).

Residents led by Icklesham Parish Councillors Jane Austen, Nick Warren and Steve Tollett braved the heavy rain to pick up a large amount of litter from the recreation ground and surrounding area.

People across the country have been tidying up their towns and villages to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday next month.

The council would like to thank all those involved.

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