Helping The Community Of Malmesbury.

1st August 2019, 10:23pm | By Julie Taylor |

Local hero’s Julie Taylor who works in Clark’s Shoe shop. And Ben Thornbury who is 14 years old. They both volunteer clean up the streets in there spare time. They do it because they want to keep the community of Malmesbury look spectacular. They do dirty alleyways and extremely long overgrown hedges. They do also ask for any volunteer to help them out with there cleans. On the 18TH Of August 2019 they will be cleaning the alley way by Co-Op and ask for any help.

Ben and Julie will also be speaking on the radio on the 6TH Of August 2019. On BBC Wiltshire about all there cleaning around Malmesbury. So make sure you get your radios tuned in and ready.

We have been featured in many newspapers like on the front page of the Standard thanks to Sam. And also the Gazette and Herald who featured Ben kindly for cleaning the drain on Malmesbury high street.

We are also going to be filmed for the Standard newspaper where we will go to the Hobbes Close alley way and show them the work we do and how we clean it. With loads of volunteers.

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