CPRE Norfolk takes local campaigning action to clean up Norfolk and prevent the spread of litter and flytipping across the county. The charity works with district and county councils to look at fresh ways to tackle the litter problem, while also engaging with parish councils, community groups and schools across Norfolk. Litter picking events have been featured on BBC TV and BBC Radio and volunteers collected over 250 bags of rubbish during our ‘Clean Up Norfolk’ event.
CPRE Norfolk supports a network of almost 40 litter wardens who work throughout the county helping to keep our streets and parishes clear of litter. If you are interested in becoming a litter warden in your area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Litter-picking equipment (sets of gloves, hi-visibility jackets, grabbers and bags) is available for loan from the CPRE Norfolk office in Norwich. Parish councils, resident associations, schools, scout groups and individuals are welcome to borrow this equipment – please phone the office to arrange collection.
You can also find more advice, suggestions and resources to help you take action on litter on CPRE’s dedicated Litter Action website.