Help us to keep Camden clean by organising or taking part in a clean-up event for spring
Thank you for working with us to crackdown on littering, dog fouling and fly-tipping and keeping Camden clean. You can continue to help us keep Camden clean by organising or taking part in a community clean-up.
On Friday 20 March a litter pick walk will take place to celebrate the first day of spring on Saturday 21 March. Everybody is welcome to join in, and you can come along for all or part of the litter walk.
Where: Meet at Kilburn Grange by the entrance on Messina Avenue
When: Friday 20 March, meet at 2.30pm at Kilburn Grange. The event is due to end at Frognal Overground station at 4.30pm.
What: Council officers and residents will be picking up litter and spraying dog poo pink, to embarrass pet owners who haven’t cleaned up.
We are also looking for volunteers to organise community clean-up events across the borough. Working together we can keep Camden clean.
We can provide litter pickers, gloves and posters to publicise your event. If you fancy drawing attention to dog fouling on the streets of the borough, why not spray it fluorescent pink? Cans of pink chalk spray are available by emailing email@example.com
Please get in touch if you would like to organise an event, or find out more by visiting camden.gov.uk/cleancamden
Capital Clean-up is offering small grants of £500-£1,500, as well as clean-up kits to help you run local clean-up events.
You can apply to run Capital Clean-up activities this summer. Find out more about Capital Clean up
The deadline for applications for grants and kits is 5pm, Monday 16 March 2015.
Find out more
camden.gov.uk/cleancamden or call 020 7974 4444