It's that time of year again! Let's all go out and give our crags, hills and woods a spring clean (yeah alright, we know it's autumn already)!
This year we're teaming up with the BMC and Patagonia, who are laying on a barbecue and some raffle prizes. Come and grab some binbags from the Outside shop in the morning, head out climbing or walking or whatever you like to do and while you're out pick up as much rubbish as you can.
Bring it all back to Outside between 6 and 7pm where you can grab some free food, a beer, and maybe even win a prize!
The Peak District receives over 10 million visitors a year, and not all of them are as conscientious as you. Factor in the close proximity of some big cities and it's not really surprising that rubbish starts to accumulate.
We'll look forward to seeing you on the 8th of September!
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