In response to the increased litter levels as lock-down rules start to be lifted, some of you have told us that you are ready to start litter-picking again. We also know that many of you are still not comfortable to litter-pick again yet.  We do not in any way want to make anyone feel as though they should be back out there if they are not ready. However, we DO want to support anyone who is choosing to litter-pick right now.  You can now meet outside in a group of up to 30 people.  Please see the Government guidelines for further details https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Litter Warriors for Wales

To join this group please create an account or login

My aim is to raise awareness of the growing problem of litter in our society and through example, re educate people and instill pride in the place they live in by picking up litter as I go

Litter Warriors for Wales
0

Bags collected so far

3

Members

3

Years

0

Total number of events

upcoming Events

No upcoming events

past Events

No past events

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.

Woodston and Fletton Litterpicks
Facebook group for residents in the Woodston and Fletton areas of Peterborough to take part in community litter picking events. Also the place for other groups in the area to advertise,much as Sugar Way residents and Thoroe Gate Rivercare group.
46
4 years
View
Notton Parish Council
We are a village parish council with an aim to keep our locality clear of litter with occasional group litter picks supplemented by regular picks by volunteers who wish to 'adopt' a local patch to keep clear.
0
6 years
View
shah satnam ji green s welfare force
we do the wellfare work for the comunity like tree planting , litter pick up and etc.
0
51 years
View
Motorhome Litter Action Group
All over the UK, motorhome owners stop for a few hours and sometimes stay the night in rural carparks and laybys - some call this 'Wild Camping'. In an effort to put something back for our free stays in beautiful places, group members collect up litter in the vicinty of their 'Wild Camp' and dispose of it correctly.
29
9 years
View
Friends of Riverside Park Newhaven
Friends of Riverside Park was set up following a failed attempt to build a water park on the land which is owned by East Sussex County Council & Lewes District Council and now known as Riverside Park, Newhaven. The site was up until the late 1970s/early 1980s a landfill site for the town. Once the site was full to capacity it was capped and left to nature. We now have a wonderful array of wildlife and recently funds were spent by the local Councils to make improvements including a properly laid circular path, benches dotted around the park, a bird viewing platform, owl nest box and various hibernacula and scrapes. Scrub has been managed to improve the quality of the soil. All this has been done with the help and assistance of the Friends of Riverside Park who work as a go-between the Community who use the Park and the Councils. As part of our ongoing support we organise monthly litter picks to safeguard the natural environment & are making other small improvements to the area including more litter bins and hopefully seating.
33
8 years
View
Keep Forebridge Tidy
Keep Forebridge Tidy is a group made up of likeminded individuals within the Forebridge Ward of Stafford who want to keep the area tidy. The scheme works by each volunteer taking ownership of their street, selection of streets or part of their street and keeping it free from litter by conducting regular litter picks. No formal litter picks are arranged allowing volunteers to litter pick as and when they can.
4
8 years
View
Saltwood Litter Pickers
A small but active group trying to keep our beautiful village of Saltwood and its environs looking beautiful. We are always keen to collaborate with all who have a stake in this ambition, including Shepway District Council, Brockhill Performing Arts College, Saltwood Village Society and Saltwood Parish Council. The village looks so much better already, but we would love to find ways to encourage additional helpers to join in. As of March 10, 2012 our fly-tipping haul includes: 1. Fridge freezer, two chairs and table (at Slaybrook); 2. Salmon pink armchair (at top of Sandey Lane); 3. Six bags of turf (at top of Sandling Road); 4. Two sacks of household waste (North Road West); 5. Concrete slabs (at top of Sandey Lane); 5. Two bags of cement (halfway up Sandey Lane); 6. Sofa (on grounds of Brockhill College of Performing Arts); 6. Various paint cans and other household detritus (at top of Sandey Lane); 7. Five bags of household waste (adjacent to Sandling Railway Station); 8. Box of pornographic magazines (adjacent to Sandling Station); 9. Black sack of unused vegetarian food (Sandling Road by Willets House); 10. Four black sacks of waste, three garden, one household (Sandling Road, just on from Humphries Corner); 11. Two black sacks at the corner of Bartholomew Road and St Johns Road; 12. Three black sacks on Bartholomew Road, opposite Elm Lea Nursing Home; 13. Two mattresses on A20, near Highways Agency depot; 13. Countless road signs that the Council has forgotten; 14. Two wet suits and sailing top, all in perfectly good condition; 15. Old bed; 16. Human waste left by lorry drivers who park up overnight on the A20, near Junction 11, M20; 17. Dog waste left in plastic bags in bushes and trees; 18. Small fridge left on A20 near Went's Corner; 19. Two black sacks of waste left by the M20 footbridge near Stone Farm; 20. Ongoing dumping that takes place regularly at the A20 laybys near Went's Corner, and just down from Stone Farm; 21. Four blue sacks, a car seat and various car parts at the top of Sandey Lane, close to the footbridge over the Channel Tunnel Rail line; 22. Two bags of old clothes and shoes.
1440
13 years
View
Ramsgate Litter Forum
Ramsgate Litter Forum is a liaison body made up of local voluntary groups meeting regularly with Thanet District Council and Ramsgate Town Council to address litter and waste issues in and around the town of Ramsgate together.
0
3 years
View
Friends Of Crosby Beach
We carry out and organise monthly beach clean-ups on Crosby and Waterloo beaches. We also try to raise awareness of plastic pollution and what it does to wildlife and our environment.
1077
4 years
View
PICK UP FOR PENDLE
Raising awareness campaign. Connecting all interested groups and individuals, under the umbrella Pick Up For Pendle. Aiming to encourage more people to pick-up and offenders to take note!
300
6 years
View

Start a LitterAction group

Here at CleanupUK, we want to help you to take LitterAction! Wherever you live in the UK, forming your own community litter-picking group will help to keep your community safer, more friendly and free of litter. It’s lots of fun too. Why not muck in and join us?

Empower your group