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Clean for the Queen

54 Albert Road,Keynsham,Bristol,BS31 1AD

05 Mar 2016

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Starting at 2pm in various locations around Keynsham, all working towards the park for celebratory tea and cakes - contact womble@transitionkeynsham.org for further details. .

upcoming Events

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past Events

Big Womble

Meeting at the Gravel Car Park by the Lock Keeper Pub in Keynsham 2-4pm on Saturday, 6 February - litter picking along the side of the river and surrounding area. Please bring your own equipment if yo...

Big Womble

Our next 'Big Womble' will be on 25th October 2014, from 2pm - 4pm, around the perimeter of Wellsway School and the road behind Waitrose. Meeting point to be announced.

Litter Pick

We will be meeting at the gravel car park by the Lock Keeper pub, Keynsham Road between 11am and 1pm to collect as much rubbish from the side of the river as possible - please come and help if you can...

Launch Event

We aim to launch our initiative at the Transition Keynsham stall at the Keynsham Music Festival.

Nearby Groups

These groups are near to you in case you want to contact them for advice, to offer them support or, for example, to share equipment with them.

Huntsham
Huntsham is a tiny village in mid Devon. For the last four years, Huntsham Society members and our local community (farmers and all) have joined forces twice a year to clean up all the many the lanes for a distance of 2-3 miles from the village; once in April before the verges are hidden in new growth, and once in October when the vegetation has died down and the litter can be seen. This April we had a turnout of over 100 helpers, including many children. We have recently combined our efforts with Mid Devon County Councils campaign to help keep Devon clean and green, also twice a year. It would be fantastic if neighbouring parishes could take up the challenge of keeping the lanes clear of litter.
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Ilminster Forum Litter Pickers
Ilminster Forum is the local regeneration group that helps implement community projects for the benefit of the town and its residents identified through the Community Plan.
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Palmers Green Action Team
We are a group of local residents who are keen to make Palmers Green a beautiful and thriving place to be. We have ad hoc litter picks which we organise through our volunteer WhatsApp group. We also have an annual spring clean event in the high street. If you would like to join please send us an email!
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Sandwell L1tter Watch
Will be litter picking in parks and foothpaths
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1st Bovingdon Scout Group
1st Bovingdon Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are going to take an active role in the community and help clean up the surrounding area.
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Litter-free Eccles
There is a high volume of litter in Eccles; the streets are cleared of litter on a three week cycle by council workers but this is not sufficient. The aim of this group is to engender a sense of pride amongst local residents for their local area
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Ravenfield Rubbish Rascals
We have 26 active litter pickers each one of whom takes responsibility for a stretch of road or an area of green space. We meet occasionally to review tactics and to swop ideas. We have a massive litter pick once a year to shift an area of accumulated rubbish. We have good relations with the Parish Council and the local authority who are great at clearing flytipping when we inform them.
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Litter walks Aylesbury
My daughter came up with the idea as it is something we already did as a family. A bit like park run is the idea. Once a week we meet up for a good walk picking up litter and meet new people in our community.
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keeppenylantidy
litter picking group
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Pathway Neighbourhood Litter Action
At Pathway neighborhood, we are working for a better society, by giving the young people chances to learn how to act, develop, express, earn, belong and influence there community in a positive way. It is important to stress that young people, just like adults, learn through active participation.
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