The Pardubice racetrack participated in the Clean up the Czech Republic project. Anyone can help

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Just a few days before the start of this year’s racing season, volunteers will clean up the surroundings of the Pardubice racecourse.

Clean up the Czech Republic takes place on Saturday, April 6. Illustration photo.

| Photo: Deník/Zuzana Gabajová

The Pardubice racecourse will participate in the Clean up the Czech Republic project. Anyone can participate in cleaning around the racetrack. On Saturday, April 6, volunteers will gather to clean the ditches along the adjacent roads and the forest that separates the access road to the racecourse from the railway line, just a few days before the start of this year’s racing season.

The Clean Up Czechia event is already the 11th year of a nationwide cleaning project in which hundreds of volunteers participate every year. The goal is to clean up illegally created black dumps and mess not only in nature. “After last year’s positive response, the organizers of the Pardubice race decided to go into the project again. The land around the racetrack belongs to several owners, we are pleased to have the support of the town hall in Svítkov. She provided a container for storing the collected waste free of charge,” said Kateřina Anna Nohavová from the Racing Association, which organizes the event.

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The meeting of volunteers is on Saturday, April 6 at 9:00 a.m. at the main gate of the Pardubice racecourse. The participants of the event will be divided into sectors, garbage bags will also be available. After the cleaning, a guided tour of the racetrack is prepared for those interested.

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