If you were out on Pyrford Common on Sunday, the 9th of October, you might have seen a number of Pyrford Neighbourhood Forum members masquerading as Woking Council employees.
Many residents from all across the borough visit the rural areas of Pyrford at the weekend and this was all part of the Forum’s mission to care for the character of the area, look after their open spaces and continue to make them enjoyable recreational spaces. The clean-up was done with the permission of Horsell Common Preservation Society, and Woking Council kindly supplied the high-viz jackets, litter pickers and black sacks for the rubbish.
There was a good turnout of local residents to collect the usual haul of litter, bottles, and cans from the Common and the council recreational space and an unexpected bonus was seeing the remarkable number of fungi growing across the whole area.
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