Clean up Corsham

Welcome to our Clean Up Corsham page!

Transcoco organises monthly litter picks in Corsham on the 4th Saturday of the month, supported by Wiltshire Council, Corsham Town Council and the Co-op.

DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, LITTER PICKS ARE RE-STARTING BUT VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED TO DO THEM FROM HOME.

We will NOT be meeting at the Springfield Campus, for the time being.

Next litter pick: Saturday 24 July 2021 10am – 12 noon

To take part, from home –
1) Area/equipment – let me know what area you intend to do (so we don’t duplicate), how many of you are taking part and if you need any equipment (I’ll arrange drop off before the day)
2) Litter pick from your home between 10am and noon on the day – we will NOT be meeting at the Campus
3) Wave at your fellow litter pickers when you’re out and about!
4) Dispose of rubbish in your own bin, at the end of the litter pick
 
If you can’t make the allocated time, just litter pick at another convenient time over the weekend!
 
Coronavirus – please adher to all Government guidance to keep safe when litter picking, the Keep Britain Tidy website also provides some useful guidance.

Litter Picking – Covid-19 Guidance | Keep Britain Tidy                              

Contact details: For more information, or to advise an area that could do with a litter pick, please contact Jane Roberton Tel 07929 996729.

Corsham litter pick – Next Saturday dates 28 August, 25 September, 23 October, 27 November, 18 December.

Other litter groups – 

Rudloe litter pick – Meet 10am at junction of Leafy Lane and Boxfields Road. Next Sunday dates – 4 July, 1 August, 5 September, 3 October, 7 November, 5 December.                                                                                      Contact – Dave Wright (dave.wright533@tiscali.co.uk)

Box litter pick – Meet 10am at junction of Bargates and A4, Box.  For dates, please contact Marilyn Tye (marilynannetye@gmail.com). 

‘I always wondered why somebody didn’t do something about that, then I realised I am somebody.’

      

Councillor Steve Abbott clearing rubbish from Pockeridge Lakes