Our team at East have supported the local community of Currie, Edinburgh by organising a litter pick alongside Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Scottish SPCA).

Litter was collected along the Water of Leith pathway by the group and rescue dog, Breagha, who was a key part of the clean-up team.

Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director at Cala East, said: “Looking after the communities that we build in is a crucial part of our business and we are so grateful to all those who took part. The team were stopped by locals who commented that it was fantastic to be looking after the area and ensuring that it is a safe and clean environment for everyone to enjoy.”

As part of our involvement with the Scottish SPCA and our ‘Take a Walk on the Wild Side’ campaign, the woodland clean-up was part of an initiative to help increase knowledge of the local community and awareness of the wildlife which reside there.

Natasha MacKinnon, Head of Fundraising at the Scottish SPCA, said: “Activities like the woodland clear benefit people and animals in local communities by raising awareness of how we can all take better care of wildlife and their habitats.

“This event is the latest in our ongoing work with Cala to educate local communities on the wild animals and environments around them.”

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