SALE WOMBLES IS READY AND WILLING TO LOAN EQUIPMENT FOR GROUP EVENTS. We have loaned kit to many volunteer teams, Brownie/Scout groups, and businesses wanting to carry out community service in the Trafford area. We will loan litter pickers, vests and collection rings. A recent Scouts event required 50 litter pickers! Any group who cares about our community can borrow kit, and its a great way for businesses to motivate their employees with an outdoor activity that is fun, and will improve our environment. For more details, please email salewombles.org.uk
BRIDGEWATER WOMBLES - 6.30pm
Meet in car park behind Old Packet Inn, Navigation Road, Broadheath.
SALE WOMBLES - 2pm
Sale Moor Village. Meet outside Legh Arms Pub.
SALE WATER PARK WOMBLES - 1.30pm
Meet beside Cafe building, opposite car park
TIMPERLEY TIDIERS - Timperley Fayre
Time/meeting place tba
PRIORY GARDENS - 1.30pm.
Meet outside Sale Sports Club, Clarendon Road
Sale's Big Tidy Up campaign started in October 2011 with the campaign becoming the SALE WOMBLES in October 2012. The Chairman is Will Jones, who focusses on Timperley events. . Helen Bayliss has responsibilities of Treasurer, co-ordinator of Nursery and Outreach Programmes. Geoff Densham is Leader of the SALE WATER PARK WOMBLES, PRIORY GARDENS WOMBLES and BRIDGEWATER WOMBLES. . Our TIMPERLEY TIDIERS team is managed by David Waddell.
SALE WOMBLES is a well known name throughout Sale and other Trafford areas, both through our litter pick events and assistance provided to help establish other groups. We have worked with organisers in Urmston, Timperley and Stretford to assist them in setting up local groups.
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. Recent new volunteers said they really enjoyed it and didn't want to stop. Warning - it seems litter picking can be addictive!