Weston Lock McDonald's restaurant staff help on litter pick
Staff from a fast food restaurant have been helping to offset the city's throwaway dining culture.
Volunteers were joined by members of staff from the Weston Lock McDonald's restaurant for a morning litter pick.
Franchise owner Paul Pearson encouraged staff to help litter pick champion Councillor June Player (Ind, Westmoreland) and Bath in Bloom chairman Barry Cruse in their efforts to keep Bath tidy.
The group collected 12 bags of rubbish during the morning litter pick, which covered Lower Bristol Road and parts of Twerton.
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Mr Pearson said: "It's vital that we all do our bit to tackle the issue.
"Everyone from local businesses like mine, to the residents of Bath should make a commitment to helping protect the local environment."