Fuelled by a combination of smoothies and home made flapjacks, these fine chaps have cleared around 9 miles of roads and lanes around their village and the surrounding area.
Back in March they'd collected almost 400 sacks of litter totalling a whopping 5.8 tonnes and are still going strong, determined to make where they live a cleaner, safer place.
They're also pretty good at juggling (apparently it's a requirement for anyone wishing to join in)
We think they deserve medals, pats on the back and never-ending cups of tea all round.
Fantastic! That's a lot of garbage removed. I hope more people pick up the spirit and make our world a much better place to live in! Awesome job everyone!
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Plastic bags don't biodegrade, they photodegrade-breaking down into smaller and smaller toxic bits contaminating soil and waterways and entering the food web when animals accidentally ingest.
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