Supporting Sustainable Southmead

SusWoT to help litter picking in Southmead

Litter from The Trym Valley Southmead

SusWoT will help Sustainable Southmead in their campaing to clear the litter across Southmead. This will be part of the Great British September Clean. The litter picking campaign is part of the national campaing run by Keep Britain Tidy and runs from Friday 11 September until Sunday 27 September.

All the litter picks will start in Arnside BS10 6 AT. Weekday picks will start at 10 am, weekend picks will start at 2pm.

Can you help? All equipment will be provided and great care will be taken to follow Covid-19 guidelines. The litter picks will last less than 2 hours. All picks will start at Arnside. There will be litter picks every day so progress will depend on the amount of litter and the number of people we have.

Southmead Litter Picks

DayDateTimeMeetNumber of PickersSacks collected
Friday11 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)
Saturday12 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)1219
Sunday13 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)128
Monday14 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)719
Tuesday15 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)57
Wednesday16 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)1111
Thursday17 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)89
Friday18 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)88
Saturday19 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)1422
Sunday20 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)922
Monday21 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)44
Tuesday22 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)74
Wednesday23 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)67
Thursday24 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)59
Friday25 Sept10 amArnside Shops (Aldi)67
Saturday26 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)813
Sunday27 Sept2 pmArnside Shops (Aldi)
The table shows the details for all 17 litter picks in the campaign to litter pick all of Southmead in September 2020.

If you would be able to help with any litter pick please contact SusWoT. We have enough equipment for 24 people, including pickers, hoops and bags as will as hand sanitiser and sharps buckets. Depending on the nature of the litter we han collect bottles and cans for recycling. We follow the guidlines from Bristol Waste when conducting litter picks.

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