A local ‘Community Clear Up’ event has been organised in Louth as part of the national clear up campaign on Saturday March 21, to mark the start of Spring.
The project, which has been organised by James Pocklington, will be held on the brownfield site opposite Morrison’s car park at 10am on Saturday.
East Lindsey District Council will be supplying litter picking gear, but volunteers are reminded to wear sturdy shoes and bring along a pair of thick gloves.
Morrisons will then dispose of the waste that has been collected.
Community Clear Up Day is a ‘national spring clean’, backed by the Government, that aims to spruce up England’s high streets, residential and business areas, villages and parks.
Visit www.keepbritaintidy.org/community-clear-up-day-2015 for further information about the national initiative.
The first 300 community groups, schools, uniformed groups, local authorities, WIs or housing associations to register their Clear Up Day event through the Keep Britain Tidy website will receive a free Big Tidy Up pack.
The Keep Britain Tidy campaign is looking for more volunteers in general, with RiverCare, WatersideCare and BeachCare projects also available.