Important:   Litter can be contaminated, so we have put together some information to help you handle it safely. Please click on this link to have a read through our Health and Safety Guidance before you go out litter-picking.

 

St Albans park

PO9

26 Jun 2022

16:00

St Albans Road.

upcoming Events

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past Events

Wakefords Woods.

Meet next to Havant Academy entrance

Great Copse

Meet at the entrance on High Lawn Way

Barton\'s Green Wakefords Way

Barton\'s Green

Sharps Copse Green

Sharps Copse Green litter pick.

St Albans Park

St Alban\'s clean up. Meet up at the entrance near the Coop

Barton\'s Green Skate Park

Clean up at Barton\'s Green Skate Park

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.

Friends of Eastfield Park
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Cromford Canal & Codnor Park Reservoir Group
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DofE Volunteering
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Johnbaker
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Billingham Tidy Up
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Erdington Litter Busters
Erdington Litter Busters was founded in June 2018 by Rob Gunnell. The idea was to start cleaning up Erdington bit by bit, then grow into a community of volunteers who could keep the area clean. Now we have some support, and a growing group of us meet up twice a month on Saturday mornings near Six Ways island, clear different areas, and have a friendly coffee afterwards. The more people that help us, the greater the difference we can make - and people are already seeing the area improving.
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Tiverton Volunteer Litter Pickers Group
We aim to prevent and discourage litter and ensure its removal as rapidly and effectively as possible, in order to maintain a clean and attractive environment in and around Tiverton. We work with all age groups especially children. We use publicity, schools campaigns and competitions, partnership with local councils, churches and by setting examples with public litter picks.
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