Renfrewshire Council

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Join a community clean up

Community and local groups play a vital role in keeping our towns, villages and countryside clean and tidy.

A local clean up is a great way to improve your neighbourhood and gets everyone in your community together.

If you are having a community clean up, please let us know via our dedicated number on 0300 300 1375 which operates between 11am-10pm (Sun-Thurs) and 1pm-12am (Fri/Sat)

If you would like to coordinate your own community clean up please contact us and we will provide you with:

  • waste bags
  • litter pickers
  • high-vis vests
  • protective gloves
  • graffiti removal kits
  • and we will remove all of the litter after it has been collected.

IMPORTANT: Needles (Sharps)
Please note that members of public, or Clean Up Teams should NOT pick up needles or glass.  If a needle is found, please contact the Wardens Service on 0300 300 0300 detailing the location and they will arrange for safe removal.

 

Below is a list of clean ups arranged across Renfrewshire, if you want to help then please go along!

Date

Time 

Targeted area

Meeting Point

12 May10:30am to 11:45amNewshot DriveOutside Salvation Army
 
17 May10:30am to 12:00pmJohnstone Cycle TrackMorrisons main car park
26 May10am startBarshaw ParkCar park
9 Jun11am startStanley ReservoirMain entrance

Litter picking at certain locations may be dangerous so please ensure that you have considered the steps that you need to take to keep volunteers safe. Remember you may need to seek approval of the landowners before carrying out a clean up.

Team Up to Clean Up supporters:

Could your community group be named here?

If you want to support the campaign and invite new members to your group then please get in touch.

Erskine Community Garden
www.erskinecommunitygarden.co.uk

Community Action for Erskine
Contact Jacqui Reid, 07799 123 002

Brighter Bridge of Weir
Contact Neil Thomson, 07969 642 487

Friends of Knockhill Park
Contact Maggie Laird, 0141 886 6388

Renfrew White Cart River Nature Spot
Kristina Semple, via Facebook

Houston Litter Crew

 

 

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