Olivia Shannon : Six-year-old litter-picker trying to save the world

A Six year old girl who purchased  litter-picker together  with her pocket money she is “trying to save the world” from the scourge of plastic waste and hopes to make the world “a better place to live”.

Olivia Shannon has been selecting litter to save the world from plastic waste. she became interested in the long-term effects of litter while taking part in projects at Robert Kett Primary School, Wymondham. Olivia Shannon took to the streets of Wymondham, Norfolk in the wake of seeing the harming consequences of litter.

Olivia mentioned: “I’m making an attempt to save the world, and creatures, so it’s a higher place to reside.” She has already accomplished a 6km (four-mile) litter-pick and hopes to make the world “a greater place to reside”.

Dad Matt Shannon mentioned: “It’s very inspiring at a time when things have been so bleak.”

Richard McIlwain, deputy chief executive of Keep Britain Tidy, said: “To have somebody this young get passionate and to want to do something about it is fantastic.”

Olivia bought a litter-picker from a terrace community using her own pocket money with the last reason for building the world a more prominent spot

Mr Shannon mentioned: “Olivia is a good lover of the ocean turtles and was very unhappy to see that a few of these get entangled in plastics out at sea.”

He referenced when she saw litter-pickers available at a patio place, she immediately bought one along with her pocket money.

She put her new gadget to use all through a walk around Wymondham along with her father and mum, Judy.

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Father Matt Shannon referenced Olivia’s endeavors have brightened people up all through the corona virus pandemic

He referenced paying little mind to “the Blue Planet impact”, the activities of people littering since the corona virus lockdown was facilitated affirmed why it was fundamental to see people “moving from tutoring into movement”.

In a press release, Robert Kett Primary School mentioned Olivia “has been such a star and we’re all very pleased with her achievements”.