Chiswick Residents Urged To Join Big Spring Clean

Campaign encouraging people to pick up one bag of litter

Cllr Ron Mushiso with the Park Ranger team on Turnham Green
Cllr Ron Mushiso with the Park Ranger team on Turnham Green


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Residents in Chiswick are being encouraged to collect one bag of litter this week as part of Keep Britain Tidy's Big Spring Clean.

Cllr Ron Mushiso has organised another litter pick up this Sunday (27 March) and he is urging more people to join as part of the campaign or do their own thing if they are not able to make it.

As usual the group meets outside Christ Church on Turnham Green at 2.30pm with the session usually lasting for a hour and followed by refreshments.

The event is supported by Hounslow Highways which provides equipment although you are welcome to bring your own.

All ages are encouraged to come along and join in. For more information call 07976 702887.

Local gin distiller SipSmith have already come forward and their employees will be picking litter around underpass at Hogarth Roundabout in what Cllr Mushiso describes as a really good example of corporate social responsibility.

Following lobbying by local councillors more Park Rangers have been allocated to help monitor any antisocial behaviour issues around local green spaces. They are very keen to support the Chiswick Litter Pick and Keep Britain Tidy campaign.

The Big Spring Clean is a national campaign which runs from 25 March to 11 April.

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March 27, 2022

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