The River Cray is not for scrap – it’s our nature!

Cray Project Officer Michael Heath reports on last week’s (Fri. 13th) removal of car parts from the river just below Crayford town centre, following a second major fly-tipping incident:

It was wonderful to be joined by old faces (returning volunteers) when they and our regular team quite spectacularly removed large car parts from the river at Crayford last Friday. A huge well done to you all. It is very sad that some appear to be willing to dump these parts into our rivers. Our volunteers continue to give their time to clean the rivers with the message that this behaviour is not acceptable and more should be done to prevent it.

For a series of photographs telling the story of the day , see my blog at http://www.thames21.org.uk/2015/02/the-river-cray-is-not-for-scrap-its-our-nature/  Thanks to Ron Pearson for these.

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