McDonald’s Camelon staff litter pick cleans up local area
Ten staff from the new McDonald’s restaurant in Camelon, recently teamed up with Keep Scotland Beautiful, to clean up their local area.
They gave up their time to pick litter from the roads and green spaces around the new outlet in Glasgow Road - and filled ten bags.
Rachel Murray, restaurant manager ,organised the litter pick.
She said: “Since opening the restaurant we’ve been very keen to build relationships with our new customers and make a positive impact on the surrounding area.
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“I’m really proud of the team for their efforts doing their bit for our fellow Camelon residents. McDonald’s is committed to fighting litter in our local communities and we are really happy with the difference we made!”
McDonald’s crew members have been cleaning up litter dropped in our local communities for over 35 years. Crews across the UK cover a total of 5,000 miles each week on litter patrols.