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Award for Trash Army; CONSERVATION.

Picture: JAMES MALONEY A VOLUNTARY project which helps improve the environment won a Big Society award from Prime Minister David Cameron.

Mr Cameron paid tribute to the dedication of volunteers and staff at Anfield Breckfield Community Council, adding the project was an "excellent example of the Big Society".

He said: "The long list of brilliant projects ABCC is involved in is testament to the hard work, dedication and creativity of all those involved."

Projects run by the ABCC, which incorporates 14 different community groups, include help with parenting, street cleaning, and men-only cooking sessions.

It also manages its own credit union.

Last year, the Duchess of Cornwall visited Anfield and met youngsters who form a "Trash Army" and improve the environment with regular litter-picking drives.


Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is shown how to use a litter-picker during her walk round Anfield
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 21, 2011
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