Supporters stories

Fed up with litter in their town, students from Plymouth University decided to do something about it.
Proud supporters of this year's Great British Spring Clean.
Today, after an absence of more than a decade, the Tidyman is coming home to Keep Britain Tidy.
Our new ambassador, Steve Backshall talks litter, its effects on wildlife and why he is supporting the Great British Spring Clean.

Plastic litter collected by volunteers on French beaches is now used in shampoo bottles.

Our newest litter heroes - the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association - are also Ambassadors for the Great British Spring Clean.
Monday 16 January is officially the unhappiest day of the year. Tackle it with a selfless act.
Wayne’s message to everyone is simple … “don’t just ignore litter, don’t simply be disgusted by it, do something about it.”
Youth association members called on communities across the country to join them on New Year's day in street cleaning initiatives. 
Biggest-ever national clean-up aims to create 500,000 #LitterHeroes and wins backing from businesses and charities