What is Operation Kington?
Operation Kington is a volunteer group made up of some of Kington’s Town Councillors along with members of KLEEN (Kington Local Energy Efficiency Network) and other Kington residents.
What does Operation Kington do?
Our aim is to improve the look of Kington Town for residents and visitors to enjoy.
We undertake tasks such as group litter picks (with KLEEN), hedge trimming, path clearing, bulb planting, making & planting up flower boxes, painting & repairing benches, grass cutting, children’s play area maintenance and any other ways we can improve the town.
Do you need more help?
We do need some more volunteers and people to get involved. Have you any skills that we could use? Could you help our small group undertake some of the tasks we have planned? If you would like to give up some of your time to improve the look of your town then please get in touch with Ian Wood-Johnson (address below)
Do you meet up regularly?
We meet twice a month on alternate Sunday mornings at 10.am for litterpicks.
Sounds good – can I get involved?
We would love to talk to you - please contact: Cllr Ian Wood-Johnson on 07900 380610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org