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.

 

alverstoke litterpickers

Clean up the Alverstoke area and try to keep it clean. Please join the group to keep in touch. You are reminded that you take part at your own risk and are responsible for any children you bring along with you to our events. You should always use a litter picker or gloves.

alverstoke litterpickers
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Bags collected so far

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Members

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Years

8

Total number of events

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Crescent Road To South Street

Hello everyone, this will be a pick along the cycle/walkway from Crescent Road up to South Street. If we could meet at the beggining of the path on Crescent Road on Sunday 21 October at 1000 hrs we c...

Haslar Lake

Meet at the entrance to Asda Supermarket on Dock Road at 1000 hrs. Work our way down to the lake, assess the situation, then get picking. Hello everyone, Well done, great effort, we collected 13 ba...

Workhouse Lake

Hello all, I will be inspecting a few places when I get home next week and suggest a place to pick. The time will 1000 hrs. However, If any of you have any ideas please email me and I could look at th...

Olympic Clean Up

All hands to the pump - Combined Litter Pick, Alverstoke Litter Pickers please be at Morrisons Supermarket at 0930 hrs. We will then proceed up to the White Hart where we will meet with the other gro...

Park Road Plus

Park Road Plus - which means we meet on the bridge at Little Anglesey Road and Park Road at 1000 hrs. Litter bags, litter pickers and "Alverstoke Litter Pickers" hi vis jackets will be supplied. Any ...

Haslar Sea Wall

Haslar Sea Wall and surrounding area if time permits. Lovely sunny day for litter picking with the brilliant back drop of the IOW. We started at 1100 hrs and finished at 1330 hrs. We cleared a lot of ...

Alverbridge Village

Meeting at Little Anglesey Road moving into village. Weather was dry but a bit cold. Did a quick pick along Little Anglesey Road and then moved into the village. Several people spoke to the group and ...

Little Anglesey to Lifeboat Lane

Our second litter pick area will be from the end of Little Anglesey Road to Lifeboat Road - but it will also be about letting people know about us. Last time we had a few people stopping and talking t...

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Clean Up Devizes Squad
CUDS was formed primarily to litter pick around our town and its environs. We do so about 4 times a month for 2 hours each time and then have a cup of tea and the all-important biscuits. We also strip useless bits of turf off areas, dig over, plant bulbs and sow wildflower seeds which we maintain on 2 roundabouts and various other places. At present we have about 28 members. We are not a charity - we are funded by grants for which I apply and have back-up from Dervizes Town Council's Park and Open Spaces team when we can't shift all the stuff we have collected ourselves. When we started over 3 years ago, we were viewed with some suspicion - as in 'Are you all doing Community Payback?' and so forth - interesting to think that a great group of oldies would be doing that! Now, in our bright blue hivis vests emblazed with CUDS on the back, nearly everybody knows who we are - and if they don't, they must have been asleep. We work with local groups - Beavers, the Canoe Club, The Lions at their Fair and recently with The Fulltone Orchestra at their free event in the Market Place. We are also planning our reward - apart from cake, which we have before our summer and Christmas breaks. This time we are going on a day out to visit various gardens in Somerset - it's great to be sociable and many have made firm friends within our group.
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Allington Alligators
As from October 2021, we will be operating as normal and resuming our monthly organised litterpicks in the Allington area. These usually take place on a Sunday morning starting at 10am for an hour or so at a venue advertised on the events section. We generally follow our litterpick in a local cafe for a chat and refreshments. We are a small friendly group of like-minded individuals who care about our local environment and want to keep it clean and tidy. If you are interested in joining us then do please get in touch and give us a try - new members are always welcome. All equipment is provided.
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12 years
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