North Notts BID supports the Great British Spring Clean Campaign.

Do you support the Great British Spring Clean?

We are inviting you, the businesses and the community in North Notts to take pride in your local area by joining in on the country’s biggest mass action environmental campaign ever – The Great British Spring Clean (GBSC) that is taking place from the 22 March – 23 April 2019.  

How to get involved:

  1. Sign up to host a clean-up through the Keep Britain Tidy website or log in to ‘My Dashboard’ if you’ve signed up before. Once registered you will be able to download an information pack, risk assessment and images for free. 
  2. REGISTER HERE on the Bassetlaw District Council website to get FREE gloves, pickers, bin bags, hi-vis vests delivered to your business and your full bin bags collected from your business after your pick.
  3. Email – info@northnottsbid.co.uk or call us on 01777 861601 to let us know about your GBSC plans and we will publicise it for you.
  4. Share your photos on your social media using #LitterHeroes #GBSpringClean @NorthNottsBID @KeepBritainTidy

‘Getting involved with Great British Spring Clean costs businesses nothing but time, we strongly believe that even if each business spends 30 minutes doing a litter pick in their area it will make a great visible difference to North Notts as a whole. Not only will it keep North Notts looking clean and welcoming but it is also great practice for businesses to show that they are conscious of their corporate social responsibility and are environmentally aware. We hope to see the participation in Great British Spring Clean grow year on year in North Notts.’ Sally Gillborn, Chief Executive North Notts BID .

What the campaign organisers had to say : ‘By getting involved you’ll be showing you care about the environment on your doorstep, as well as making a positive impact by clearing litter pollution from your local streets and parks. So join in, as we prepare to stand together and declare that single-use plastic litter – which degrades the beauty of our environment and threatens to harm wildlife – it is not acceptable.’  Keep Britain Tidy

 

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