The Countryside Alliance's Countryside Clean-up has been rescheduled to take place on the weekend of 19th - 20th September.
We would like to thank all those who signed up to the fantastic initiative earlier this year and hope that you will continue this event now that it has been rescheduled.
Following the success of last year’s Countryside Clean-up, the Countryside Alliance is thrilled to announce its’ support of this year’s Great British September Clean (11 - 27 September) by supporting the Daily Mail's quest in recruiting an army of litter heroes to start the fightback against the rubbish blighting our towns and countryside.
The Countryside Alliance’s Countryside Clean-up will be held on the 19th-20th September and we pledge to have picked 10,000 pieces of litter over that weekend.
The Countryside Alliance’s Sarah Lee said: "The Countryside Alliance is pleased to be supporting this fantastic initiative by the Daily Mail with our very own Countryside Clean-up. Litter and fly-tipping is a blight on our countryside, dangerous to livestock and wildlife, and can be hazardous to our waterways. Our supporters will be out in force the weekend of 19th-20th September cleaning up the countryside making a difference to the communities they love."
Get involved and sign up
We want you to get involved and host a litter pick in your community, on your farm or by your local river. To register your Countryside Clean-up event please complete the form below.
Once your event has been registered we will be adding your litter pick to an interactive map on our website and encourage others to join your fight against this blight in your community.
Plesase follow the NHS guidelines regarding social distancing and coronavirus which can be found here.
For all resources and publications including social media assets and printable posters, please visit the Keep Britain Tidy website, here.
If you would like more event details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you experience any problems using the sign up form below, please contact email@example.com.
*Please note* If you come across fly-tipping (anything larger than a bin bag of rubbish) then you must report it to your local authority as you will be responsible for removing it and paying the cost of disposal. The rubbish can then be removed and with your help the crime can be investigated. If you see someone fly-tipping, or want to report an area where fly-tipping has taken place, take note of the following:
- Date, time and place of the incident
- What the waste looks like and how much there is
- Descriptions of any person and/or vehicles involved along with the registration number.
As fly-tippers are doing something illegal, they do not want to be caught. Do not approach them or put your own safety at risk.
Register your Clean-up event: