Volunteers in Bourne and the Deepings can join a “Clean for The Queen” campaign across south-west Lincolnshire to mark Her Majesty’sr 90th birthday celebrations in April.
South Kesteven District Council has joined a nationwide litter pick campaign which aims to inspire a million people to go on a mass clean-up across the UK.
This effort is specifically for our towns, villages and rural areas to be clean for Her Majesty’s birthday on April 21Coun Nick Craft, South Kesteven District Council executive member for the environment
The clean-up itself takes place on Friday, March 4, ath the start of a weekend of activities organised by litter charities and businesses across the country.
Coun Nick Craft, South Kesteven District Council’s executive member for the environment, said: “We keep our streets clean and maintain them for residents, visitors and investors alike.
“But this effort is specifically for our towns, villages and rural areas to be clean for Her Majesty’s birthday on April 21.”
“We are looking to participate in a number of litter pick activities throughout the year, starting with this dedicated effort to help make our streets even cleaner.
“So we are encouraging individuals or groups to join us on March 4 or co-ordinate their own efforts, with our support if required.”
For more details, visit the council’s Facebook or Twitter pages, email email@example.com or go to www.southkesteven.gov.uk