Keep Britain Tidy Network
01 September 2011
25 August 2011
Approximately 50 litter bins have been removed from Canterbury city centre
23 August 2011
The Green Flag Award scheme is urging everyone to show their support for their local park or green space as voting for the nation’s favourite park reaches the final stages.
18 August 2011
Around 240,000 sacks of litter are collected from England’s motorways every year, and road users are being urged to make sure their rubbish is responsibly disposed of.
17 August 2011
The used coffee cup, crumpled newspaper and empty can are a familiar sight on our buses and trains however fans on Facebook and Twitter are keen to make it a thing of the past.
15 August 2011
11 August 2011
Keep Britain Tidy and Waste Watch announce the merger of the two organisations
02 August 2011
Keep Britain Tidy and The Royal Parks joined forces over the weekend to highlight the scale of the litter problem in this country and the cost involved in removing it.
27 July 2011
In times of austerity, when cuts to local government funding appear almost daily in the news headlines, how do residents of London prioritise public services? And, are these priorities changing in the face of this increasingly challenging financial climate?
25 July 2011
Today, 1,288 parks and green spaces throughout the UK will receive the Green Flag Award or Community Award, a sign that even in these challenging times, the value of green space is widely acknowledged as vital to our communities.