GOOD CARE NEWS: Bluebird Care branch supports GB Olympian’s litter pick campaign

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A Bluebird Care franchise has thrown its weight behind a litter pick campaign organised by Olympic swimmer Max Litchfield.

Employees from Bluebird Care Wakefield & Kirklees joined Litchfield last month in volunteering their time to pick litter in the local community.

The Ocean Heroes Litter Pick event was organised with support from Sky Ocean Rescue, an initiative launched in 2017 to raise awareness of plastic pollution.

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Narinder Gill, director of Bluebird Care Wakefield & Kirklees said: “We were eager to get involved with Max’s event because it really is important that as a business, we do our part to make the world a cleaner and safer place for our wildlife.”

Litchfield added: “I am very thankful for everyone at Bluebird Care Wakefield and Kirklees for getting involved with this very important initiative. It’s amazing to receive support from a local organisation and their staff. If everyone was to make one simple change than we can drastically improve our environment, particularly the ocean wildlife that fall victim to our litter.”

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