Keep Britain Tidy Network
11 November 2009
With Children in Need fast approaching there is no doubt that a celebrity fronted charity song will take the charts by storm to raise money for this fantastic campaign, however, did you know that Keep Britain Tidy also has its very own charity record?
09 November 2009
People are just as concerned about the appearance of their street as they are about terrorism, according to a new report.
Eco-Schools received high recognition recently after Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) minister David Kidney cited the programme as key to making all schools sustainable by 2020.
04 November 2009
A hard-hitting poster campaign depicts towns in Oxfordshire drowning under a sea of cigarette butts.
Beautiful towns such as Banbury are portrayed dumped in giant ashtrays to highlight the problem of cigarette litter.
02 November 2009
Today we launch a brand new website for our Green Flag Award scheme for parks!
30 October 2009
The Prince of Wales is backing a campaign by 250,000 volunteers to save Britain's streets from mess and clutter.
29 October 2009
Many of you support our campaign by the work you do in your local community or the way you live your life but did you know that you can sign up to be an official supporter?
28 October 2009
Keep Britain Tidy was the talk of the morning on GMTV as presenter Richard Arnold spoke of his hate of litter.
26 October 2009
Keep Britain Tidy’s guide to the top 5 scariest beaches
23 October 2009
There has never been a better reason to turn off the TV, pull on your walking shoes and head to your nearest Green Flag Award park as recent research confirms that living near a ‘green space’ has major health benefits.