Wyberton Wombles is a group where residents can display achievements, bring ideas and arrange events for litter picking in their local area of Wyberton, Frampton & Kirton.

An idea developed by Boston resident, Steve Slater, the mission is about improving the area we live in regardless of location, with volunteers coming from Boston, Wyberton, Kirton, Frampton, Sutterton and many more.The group, launched recently on Facebook now has over 320 members, aims to make the places we live in cleaner, safer, smarter, friendly and put some pride back into Boston and the surrounding area.

A large multitude of local businesses have come on board, backing the Wyberton Wombles by sponsoring their High Visibility Vests, including Chris Cook Print, Seacroft Mobility, ELON Distribution Specialists, Michelle’s Mortgage Solutions, Kirton Leisure, East Coast Canopies, Slaters Roofing, Lincolnshire Tyre Collections, Peter Sharman and more.

The Elite Media Co. have announced their kind donation of 10x Adult and 10x child high visibility vests for the Wyberton Wombles.

Director, Nathan Bryant, said: “The hard work and commitment in improving the visual approach to Boston is incredible, and their dedication has become recognised very fast for residents around the area. It’s a pleasure to be able to provide additional high visibility vests for the volunteers, ensuring their safety whilst they are doing their bit for the community.

“Furthermore, I feel that it is great to see younger generations wanting to get involved in keeping the streets clean and litter free.”

The Elite Media Co.’s Social Media Manager, Amy Lawson continued: “We first became aware of the Wyberton Wombles through various posts on social media, and were delighted to see their ambitious and forward thinking approach to develop and clean up the town and outlying villages. I’m delighted that we are able to sponsor them and look forward to seeing the group develop and expand further over the coming months.”

Any resident wishing to find out more information regarding the Wyberton Wombles is encouraged to check out the Facebook group, or contact Steve Slater directly.