Date: Saturday 28 NovemberTime: 10am - 11am

Building on the success of last years ‘paddle pick up’, this year we are extending the invitation for all to join in!

Whether it’s your local woods, park, river, canal, trail, lake, loch, beach - we encourage everyone, everywhere to lace up your trainers, pull on your wellington boots, fix your spraydeck, don your helmet and together, we can make a difference to those outdoors spaces we nurture and love.

It’s more important than ever to keep our community ‘spirit/bond’ alive, so wherever you may be please do join us on Saturday 28 November at 10am.

Don’t forget to take a selfie and share @kendalmountainfestival

Together, we can make a real difference.

#KendalLitterPick20 #PaddlePickUp #TrashOff #TRASHMOB

Please respect Government regulations with social distancing

Paddle Pick Up

Interested in learning more about the plastic polluting our waterways, and what we can do about it? Cal Major’s latest expedition traveling 345km of the River Severn.

Trash Free Fells

Trash Free Trails' will be rallying their awesome #TRASHMOB community of riders, runners and roamers to join in with the project and their Director, Dom Ferris, will even be heading out from Basecamp on a Trail Clean Expedition around the Borrowdale Bash during the festival!

"We're proud to be part of the UK's thriving 'conservation ecosystem' and it's so cool that KMF are bringing us all together for what will be an inspiring and impactful project"  Dom Ferris

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