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Community clean-ups and litter picks

Communities, local groups and businesses play a vital role in keeping our towns, villages and countryside clean and tidy. It makes them a pleasant place for people to live, work and visit.

A local clean-up is a great way to improve your neighbourhood and get everyone in your community together. Everybody can make a contribution, whatever their age or ability.

If you are a local business, getting customers and staff involved in a community clean-up is also a great way to show your business cares about the local community.

"Meet Up, Clean-Up" is a campaign that brings the Council, residents and neighbourhoods together in a joint effort to eliminate litter on our streets and parks and help restore pride in our towns and villages. If you are planning a community clean-up in your area, fill out our community clean-up request form using the link below and we will provide you with all the equipment you need for a successful event including:

  • waste bags
  • litter pickers
  • disposable gloves
  • a skip (only in certain circumstances)

We will uplift all of the litter after it has been collected!

Click on the various links below for advice on planning your event, safety guidelines and hints and tips.

For any further information not covered in this page please email: