Rubbish removed in Oban for charity

Lee and friends picked up rubbish at the Corran Halls and Mill Park lane. NO_T04_Litterpic01
Lee and friends picked up rubbish at the Corran Halls and Mill Park lane. NO_T04_Litterpic01

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Ever year, Lee McKillop organises a number of litter picks in and around Oban to help raise money for charity.

Earlier this month, Lee and four of her friends, filled 14 bags of rubbish cleaning up around the Corran Halls and the lane that runs from Millpark to Aldi.

She has now raised more than £600 in total for the Sophie North Charitable Trust, which was set up in memory of Sophie who died in the Dunblane shootings in 1996.

Money goes to hospices, breast cancer and other worthwhile causes.

Posting on Facebook, the trust wrote: ‘Another wonderful effort Lee. Thank you.’