Leafield’s annual roadside litter pick-up recovered more than three wheelie bins’ worth of rubbish.

For two hours, a record 24 participants, including residents and district councillor Liam Walker, worked to clean-up about eight miles of terrain within and around the village.

Michael Triff, a local, organised the initiative which took place on Saturday, February 3, with Oxfordshire County Council and Leafield Parish Council providing the necessary tools.

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More than half of the collected items, including some auto body parts, were sorted into recyclables and general waste.

The remaining items were reported to the county council.

The clean-up concluded with refreshments organised by Deborah Triff.