Flash mobs tackle Thames litter in London

Rubbish washed up on the shores of the River Thames has been tackled by volunteers recruited by a viral web campaign this week.

Environmental charity Thames21 tapped into the popularity of the flash mobbing campaign to reach people it might otherwise have struggled to contact.

Edie caught up with the flash mobbers in Fulham on Thursday and spoke to Thames21's James Aldous.

Sam Bond


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