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Me (Alex Cliffe, 12) and my friend (Joe Benson, 12) have devised a plan to get rid of Audlem's confetti problem. We would like to know if we're allowed, so here's the plan:-

1) Posters, similar to the one shown here, will be put up around the village

2) People contact Williams' newsagent and book an appointment and pay the amount in-store.

3) The nearest weekend to the booking, Joe and I will clean up 90% of the confetti due to wind and leave our village clean again as well as cleaning the island by the old Co-op and the crossroads.

Just one more thing, we're serious about this and we'd love to help this on-going problem.

Regards,

Alex and Joe

 

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