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Litter Fairies Wanted At Yorkshire Beauty Spot
Brimham Rocks - photo by Andrew
The National Trust at Brimham Rocks is looking for help this Sunday to help keep the popular countryside beauty spot tidy. The towering prehistoric rock formations between Pateley Bridge and Ripon are a haven for rock climbers, families and walkers to explore and enjoy.

This weekend, as part of 'Keep Brimham Tidy' day, the National Trust will waive its car parking charges for anyone that can give a couple of hours during the day to help with litter picking.

Facilities co-ordinator Simon on his daily litterpick around the rocks
Michael Bury, Site Operations Manager says:
"Brimham is such a popular place for people to visit, but from time to time, rubbish gets left behind which our rangers and volunteers spend many hours a week clearing. This Sunday is a great opportunity for families to come and enjoy a walk around the rocks, but help us to look after the place at the same. It's also a call to visitors to dispose of their litter properly and keep the site clean for others."

Brimham Litter Fairies are on hand at the car park between 11am and 2pm to offer eager visitors, litter pickers and bin bags.

For more information about the day call Brimham Rocks office on 01423 780688 or send an email to brimhamrocks@nationaltrust.org.uk

About Brimham Rocks
Offering panoramic views across Nidderdale and the Vale of York, Brimham Rocks is a haven for climbers and walkers, as well as a natural playground for families to enjoy picnics and watch nature. Look out for the gravity-defying Idol Rock, discover the lizard's footprint and meet the Dancing Bear and the Lounging Turtle.
Litter Fairies Wanted At Yorkshire Beauty Spot, 2nd May 2017, 15:51 PM