Budleigh Salterton nature reserve undergoes clean up

A BAND of selfless volunteers dedicated to keeping Budleigh Salterton tidy spent Saturday morning on the reed beds, picking up rubbish.

A BAND of selfless volunteers dedicated to keeping Budleigh Salterton tidy spent Saturday morning on the reed beds, picking up rubbish.

The annual litter pick, jointly organised by the Otter Valley Association (OVA), Clinton Devon Estates and the district council collected around 40 bags of litter and debris from the nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The volunteers praised East Devon District Council's StreetScene team for organising several pick-up points to collect the litter.

Members of OVA are waiting with baited breath to learn who has won the prize for finding the most unusual object found on the day.


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