The Wickford Wombles is a hugely successful and award-winning litter group, and its founders say that the secret to its success is community spirit.
The UK's Litter Army
Taunton is set to get a spruce up in September when The Big Taunton Litter Pick returns for its second year...
A community litter picking group in Felixstowe is hoping to change the behaviours of residents and visitors to the area and encourage them to look after the environment.
You might remember we talked about an anti-litter campaign in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, on the blog a little while ago. Well just 9 months after it was founded by dog walker Marion Montgomery, it has gained quite a following across the globe!
An anti-litter campaigner in Norfolk has started the initiative LOVE Norfolk, HATE Litter in a bid to encourage each resident in Norfolk to collect just one bag of litter to clean up the county.
A community litter picking campaign in Croydon has been recognised with a national award. The campaign ‘Don’t Mess With Croydon - Take Pride’ has seen 381 ‘street champions’ organise 21 litter picking events and with the help of 215 volunteers, they managed to collect 300 bags of litter in just one month earlier on this year.
From a group of three friends, The Ross Community Litter Clean-up Crew (RCLCUC) has blossomed into a fully-fledged clean-up operation that has collected a ton of litter from the streets and pathways of Ross-on-Wye.
A group of runners who have made it their mission to beat plastic pollution have spent six days running along the River Thames picking up litter. The group managed to collect more than 2500 pieces of litter and ran 189 miles in total.
Church-goers have held ‘litter pilgrimages’ this Spring, picking up litter to make a difference in their communities.