The SALE WOMBLES will be holding their next litter pick event in SALE TOWN CENTRE, on Sunday, August 28th. Meeting place is in the front of Sainsburys Superstore at 2pm.
The WATERPARK WOMBLES' next event will be on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th. Meeting place is outside the former Trafford Visitors Centre/Cafe at 1.30pm.
Sale Wombles has joined hands with TIMPERLEY TIDIERS, and we will provide management and operational support going forward. The Team Leader for Timperley is David Waddell, and upcoming events will be announced here.
Aug 28 - Sale Town Centre
Sept 10 - Sale Water Park
Sept 25 - Sale Moor
Oct 23 - Sale
Town litterpicks start at 2pm and last approx. two hours.
Meeting place in Sale will be outside Sainsburys Superstore, and in Sale Moor outside Legh Arms Pub. Other venues to be advised.
Sale Water Park litterpicks start at 1.30pm, meeting place next to former Trafford Visitors Centre and Cafe.
Timperley meeting place is car park behind Co-op Store, Timperley town centre.
Sale's Big Tidy Up campaign started in October 2011 with the campaign becoming the Sale Wombles in October 2012.
Local Sale volunteers Helen Bayliss and Will Jones have lead litter picks each season, except Winter when we have a season off from often rotten weather. We are usually supported by many of the volunteers from the Friends of Bridgewater Canal and local councillors. More and more people are coming to our litter pick events who have who have never volunteered before and really enjoyed it.
Sale Wombles is a well known name throughtout Sale and indeed Trafford through our litter pick events and work to help other groups. We have helped groups in Urmston, Timperley and Stretford to setup groups. We also engage with the local community through groups like the Guides and Scouts and through local nurseries with our Young Wombles project.
Join us - rediscover your community spirit, volunteer and make friends along the way because together we can make a visible difference which benefits us all. Giving a little of your time is easy and volunteers go away feeling proud of their achievements and are often thanked by passers-by as they work. Recent new volunteers said they really enjoyed it and didn't want to stop. Warning - it seems litter picking can be addictive!