Three-year-old superhero doing his bit to keep Codsall community tidy

A three-year-old boy is doing his bit to keep his community clean and tidy.

George Rudge, aged three, is determined to make a difference and has been clearing up litter dropped in his local park.

He was saddened to see the amount of rubbish that had been dropped by people on the grass at Claregate Park in Codsall.

Armed with gloves and a carrier bag, the young hero, accompanied by his mum Abigail, went back to the park to clear up the mess.

George has been dubbed a 'little superhero' by other members of the community.

Abigail, said: "Having been on a walk with me and our dog, George was amazed at how much rubbish the ‘baddies’ had left at the park.

"So, when we got back home, he picked up his gloves and bag, and went back to park to help clear it up.

"In his words, he said: “We have to help the superheroes clear it up.” George absolutely loves Superheroes!

"We are so proud of his kind nature. He is our very own little hero."

George and Abigail have been cleaning up their local Claregate Park in Wolverhampton.

It is hoped that George's selfless acts will encourage other members of the community to do their part by tidying up their own rubbish.

Abigail added: "We posted what George was doing online and we had such a large response from our local community, congratulating his efforts, calling him 'our little superhero' and I thought it would be nice to share this positive news.

"Especially as lockdown is easing, it's really important for everyone to take care of our local parks and outdoor areas."

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