free bags for 1st 3,000  - keep britain tidy - mail's great plastic pick up campagin
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free bags for 1st 3,000 - keep britain tidy - mail's great plastic pick up campagin

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Found 17th AprEdited by:"seb"
...the Mail’s stepping up its war on plastic with The Great Plastic Pick Up. We’ve joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy to encourage communities, schools, families and individuals to come together from May 11 to 13 to clear rubbish from our streets, beaches and beauty spots.

Wherever you live, you can make a difference by sparing just a few hours to collect plastic, cans and general litter and dispose of it safely.!The first 3,000 people to register a Pick Up will be sent a special pack of coloured bin bags made from recycled material to get them started...
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Maybe they could stop printing their ghastly propaganda and save a forest too?
Hahaha walk around with something with the Daily "Fail" written on it.... sorry cold from me
Compensating for their fake news climate change denial BS?

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This paper is in need of disposing in the bag
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Compensating for their fake news climate change denial BS?

syfy.com/syf…tly
Hahaha walk around with something with the Daily "Fail" written on it.... sorry cold from me
Maybe they could stop printing their ghastly propaganda and save a forest too?
This paper is in need of disposing in the bag
The daily mail could do with a good recycling!
Are the free bags plastic?
I wouldn't believe the date on that rag
Its a shame the daily fail don't have a 'war on paper' cos the biggest waste of it is their print run.
no gun - the bags are not plastic.

...The first 3,000 people to register a Pick Up will be sent a special pack of coloured bin bags made from recycled material to get them started...
Worst newspaper in the country, even beats The Sun to that accolade
It's not a newspaper, and neither is the Sun.



If you want to keep Britain Tidy do your bit locally, see a wrapper pick it up. Don't buy the aforementioned toilet paper.
Only 30 bags, not great if wanting to sign up to just use in your own bin.
Rumour has it that the Daily Hate is going to melt all the plastic down and have it moulded into swastika badges that each reader can wear with pride. These plastic swastikas will be given away after each avid reader collects 10 tokens printed in the newspaper and sends them to a Freepost address.
30 bags is better than nothing, Schwifty.
win canary wharf giftcard by completing plastic survey.

seb got his plastic bags thru the post last weekend - pretty good supply - nice colours, strong and stable.

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