Some photos from the January 19th Thames Road Wetland / By-way 105 litter clear-up

We’ll start with some scenic views across the Thames Road Wetland  site before moving on to the more unsavoury material …..

On a gloriously sunny day at Thames Road Wetland, with the frosted Reed seed heads lit up silver, the local horses sunbathe on the distant Sewer Pipe Embankment as a freight train rumbles by. (Photo: Michael Heath)

On a gloriously sunny day at Thames Road Wetland, with the frosted Reed seed heads lit up silver, the local horses sunbathe on the distant Sewer Pipe Embankment as a freight train rumbles by. (Photo: Michael Heath)

A zoomed-in shot of the horses sunning themselves. (Photo: Michael Heath)

A zoomed-in shot of the horses sunning themselves. (Photo: Michael Heath)

Regular Cray Riverkeeper volunteers Ray, Malcolm, Ron and Trevor shift the accumulated rubbish to the end of the footpath ready for collection by Bexley Council. Material in the clear bags  most of it discarded beer cans - has been separated for recycling. (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

Regular Thames21 Cray Riverkeeper volunteers Ray, Malcolm, Ron and Trevor shift the accumulated rubbish to the end of the footpath ready for collection by Bexley Council. Material in the clear bags – most of it discarded beer cans – has been separated for recycling. (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

New Thames21 Cray River Project staff member Joanna Bradley, and T21 TRW volunteer Site Manager Chris Rose examine collected material, including part of a vehicle exhaust and a smashed up laptop computer. (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

New Thames21 Cray River Project staff member Joanna Barton, and T21 TRW volunteer Site Manager Chris Rose examine collected material, including part of a vehicle exhaust and a smashed-up laptop computer. (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

And the strangest find of the day competition winner is ......  (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

And the strangest find of the day competition winner is …… (Photo: Pamela Zollicoffer)

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