Grimsby Borough FC girls urge people to take responsibility and protect our oceans as they sweep up Cleethorpes beach for the Bank Holiday

  The Grimsby Telegraph 

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The girls managed to get rid of eight sacks full of rubbish as thousands of tourists flocked to the beach this Bank Holiday
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