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Environmental sculpture trail in Kintore highlights waste issues


By David Porter

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Locals have joined up with local environmental action group Sustainable Kintore to create artwork from recyclable materials in an effort to highlight current waste issues.

A garden trail has been set up by participants for the event which will run throughout July and on till August 12.

An I spy list has been created for those wishing to seek out all the creative entries and the map also indicates three new local litter stations which are located at 106 Kingsfield Rd, 47 Northern Road and at Deepdale at the top of Forest Road.

Litter grabbers can be picked up from any litter station and returned to another for those doing circular walks and are intended to help with community efforts to reduce litter in the town.

A trail has been created around Kintore to promote sustainability
A trail has been created around Kintore to promote sustainability

Earlier this year, back in March locals Christine Meyer and Ailsa Orr lead a group of volunteers from Kintore Parish Church in a month long effort to help clean up the town with a fundraiser for the charity Tearfund.


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