Working with Capernwray Hall Students

Litter Picking and Weeding in Carnforth Town Centre.

Several Carnforth Rotarians supervised 40 Capernwray students, divided into groups, to litter pick and weed around Carnforth Town Centre, Main Street, down to the Railway bridge along the A6. The students, who are from around the world including Canada, USA and Australia, were enthusiastic, fun loving and hard working. Well done and a huge thanks to them all.
We would also like to thank Carnforth Town Council for providing all of the tools, tabards and litter picking equipment, along with refreshments at half time and the end.

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back Carnforth Rotary is very active in the community, being responsible for the upkeep of the three boundary stones, and our rotarians can often be seen around the area.