Wolves star Scott Golbourne backs car park clean up scheme

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New Wolves signing Scott Golbourne is fronting a campaign to clean up car parks.

The player– who joined the club from Barnsley last month – was at Wolverhampton's Wulfrun Centre's NCP car park as part of a Wolves community initiative.

The scheme runs across five Wolverhampton NCP car parks and two in Walsall and combines the work of both staff and volunteers to keep both the car parks themselves and the surrounding areas free from litter.

The 25-year-old said he was settling well in the city and stressed how important it was for his new club to get involved in community projects. "I think football being involved in the community is a must," the left back said.

"It's very good for the community in terms of role models – it's a chance for fans to get a bit closer to players."

Liz Zurisk, a worker at the Wulfrun Centre car park, hoped that the scheme would lead to a cleaner car park and cleaner streets, adding that it was a 'good idea for the community'.

Anyone interested in lending a helping hand should contact the Wulfrun Centre on 01902 424536 to volunteer.

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