Staff from McDonald’s restaurant teams in Peterborough held a litter pick.

Six crew members and helpers partnered with Recoup to collect an impressive 14 bags of rubbish between them in Peterborough. 

Recoup is a registered charity founded in 1990 and is the UK’s leading independent authority and trusted voice on plastics resource efficiency and recycling. 

McDonald’s franchisee Glyn Pashley, who owns and operates the restaurants, and who organised the event, said: “I couldn’t be prouder of my fantastic team for giving their time to their local community.

"This ensures the areas we all enjoy are clear of litter – making them a better and brighter place for those that live here. We continue to put people at the very heart of what we do, and this is just one example of our dedication to being a good neighbour.

It’s particularly exciting to be a part of initiatives like this as McDonald’s celebrates its 50th year in the UK.”

McDonald’s crew members have been cleaning up litter dropped in local communities for more than 35 years."