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Celebs Urge People To 'Spring Into Action'

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Sir David Attenborough and TV host and gardener Charlie Dimmock are rallying people to get involved and volunteer to improve the environment. They’re currently working with the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) on the Spring Into Action campaign. Charlie says she’s supporting the campaign because,

Come springtime, we all want to be outside; it’s a lovely time of the year to appreciate green spaces. And if you want to help your environment, locally is a great place to start. That area at the end of the road might look like a tip, but with a bit of tidying up, you can help all the native plants in there and that will make a difference to the birds, insects and other wildlife around.

It sounds like a great way to get everyone to pitch in, and hopefully, there will be people who would really start doing volunteer work for more than just one day!

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