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River Cam clean-up in Cambridge attracts landlubbers and pirates



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The annual Camboaters river clean-up and festival was hailed as a success after around 150 people pitched up to help with the task.

It was the 15th year of the clean-up, which started at Fort St George in Cambridge at 10am on Saturday (September 28) and continued until 7pm. The event was pirate themed and the charity for the World Rivers Day event was Sea Shepherd – a leading marine conservation group.

Camboaters River Festival with Polly Maunder with Pakana Curtis right and centre Lana Curtis. Picture: Keith Heppell. (18384154)
Camboaters River Festival with Polly Maunder with Pakana Curtis right and centre Lana Curtis. Picture: Keith Heppell. (18384154)

The Cambridge clean-up was once again led by Clare Laidler, a Camboater resident who has long been its main organiser, along with the Cambridge City Council officer Ashley Read.



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