Royal Borough residents, shops, businesses, clubs, organisations and schools can now take to the streets to spread the anti-litter message - thanks to a new Royal Borough scheme called Adopt-a-Street.
Adopt-a-Street encourages residents to volunteer to care for their communities and local environment through collecting litter from their local streets and areas. This is an additional service to compliment and enhance the council's regular street cleaning schedule.
Cllr Christine Bateson, lead member for community partnerships said: "Adopt-a-Street is a perfect way of reinforcing the council's new zero tolerance policy on litter - as well as helping to instil a real sense of civic pride and community among volunteers in their own neighbourhoods
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