Caroline Encourages Communities to ‘Clean for The Queen’

Caroline calls on schools, businesses and community groups to help tidy up their local area ahead of HM The Queen’s 90th Birthday.


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“Clean for The Queen” brings together all the anti-litter organisations from the UK and aims to get people involved in Britain’s largest litter pick. Community groups including parish councils, residents’ associations, Girl guides and brownies and Scout and Cub troops are encouraged to organise their own litter pick or clean up in the coming weeks or over the “Clean for The Queen” weekend over 4-6 March.

Caroline said:

“This is a great opportunity to make sure we get Romsey and Southampton North neat and tidy in time for HM The Queen’s official 90th birthday on 21 April. Although the big litter pick will take place over 4, 5 and 6 March, people can get involved whenever they like. It is the support and action people are taking, and not the dates, which are important. I really hope constituents will consider getting involved so together we can help mark this momentous occasion.”



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