The McDonald’s crew in Sidcup spent some time cleaning up the area for the restaurant’s annual Autumn clean.

MP James Brokenshire and councillors June Slaughter and Richard Dement joined around 30 volunteers for the 'Keep Up the Clean Up' campaign.

The team collected 40 bags of litter from the local green, high street, train station and Lamorbey Park.

Bexley Mencap and Keep Britain Tidy ambassador Lizzie Nelson also joined in the efforts.

Bexley's Learning and Enterprise College students also helped out with the cleanup.

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Bill Perera, who owns the Sidcup franchise, said: "McDonald’s has been collecting litter in our communities for years, and I’m proud of our litter fighting heritage.

"It’s more important than ever we continue in the fight against litter and I would like to thank everyone who gave their time to join us for this event including MP James Brokenshire, the local council and Mencap.

"Thank you for all the beeps of encouragement and thanks we had from local residents and shoppers."