Keep Britain Tidy’s London Eye Challenge
We were on the London Eye taking part in Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean Challenge! This involved collecting as much litter as possible in the shortest amount of time! TOG’s dream team we made up of supporters of our litter bag including Julia Bradbury, Trail Magazine, Premier Paper Group, Camping and Caravanning Club, RSPCA and the wonderful Nadia Sparkes AKA ‘TrashGirl’.
We were up against teams from Wilko and McDonalds to name a few, so did we win??
Have a look at how we got on …
Join us to clean up the country this Spring with our new Litter Collection bag!
The Great British Spring Clean aims to bring people together to pick up litter throughout our country.
We want to create a community who are passionate about the countryside and plastic pollution and inspire them to get outdoors and help clear up the litter that is around us.
Share your adventures using #LitterHeroes and we will add your image to our gallery of Litter Heroes!
talkRADIO – Plastic
Eamonn Holmes talks about plastic with Julia Bradbury.
Julia Bradbury Says:
“I am really proud to be part of the Great British Spring Clean as an ambassador of Keep Britain Tidy with The Outdoor Guide and all the partners involved. Together we can make a difference.”
The Outdoor Guide and dedicated, passionate partners have created a reusable litter picking bag! If you would like to sponsor the bag, please get in touch. Partners involved in this fantastic campaign include:
Whale and Dolphin Conservation Charity
WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading charity dedicated to the protection of whales and dolphins from the various threats that they face, including hunting, captivity and pollution.
We work globally through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research, rescue, education and much more.
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Dorset Devils are a community of Bournemouth residents and beyond who love where they live but dislike litter and it’s harmful effects on the environment and nature. We are each willing to do something positive by picking up litter, when and where we chose, giving us total choice and freedom.
Occasionally, we come together as TeamDD on various organised picks with other groups as well as talk with children at primary schools and scout packs in our local area to help raise awareness.
We are thrilled to be linked with Julia Bradbury and her Outdoor Guide Team who have become DD no. 300! We both hold a similar passion for the outdoors in all it’s various forms and believe whilst we enjoy it, it needs to be cherished and preserved for everyone else.
Surfers Against Sewage
Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is grassroots movement tackling plastic pollution and protecting the UK’s coastlines for all to enjoy safely and sustainably.
Surfers Against Sewage says “Plastic is strangling our seashores. We’re determined to fight the plastic pollution that blights our beautiful beaches and create Plastic Free Coastlines.”