Clean Up day in #Manchester Saturday 13th Sept – #Chorlton #Fallowfield #Burnage

letsdoitLet’s do it! UK is calling all Brits to join in the UK’s first nationwide clean up day on 13 September. We’re calling on everyone to come out and clean up their local area – together. This is your chance to call attention to the litter problem and show how much we all care about where we live.

Litter is a problem we all share, and this has been expressed in the way other country’s have responded to their clean up days. In Romania 250,000 people took part in the clean up day, while Slovenia inspired 289,000 to take action against litter.

Dr Luke Blazejewski, Let’s do it! UK Campaign Coordinator, said: “This September we are organising the UK’s first nationwide clean up day. Visit our website – – and enter your postcode to find your nearest clean up taking place on the day. It’s that simple. And if no clean ups are registered in your area, why not create one? Simply click ‘Start your own’ on our website and fill in the form provided to start a clean up action in your area.

We currently have cleans being planned around Manchester in Chorlton, Fallowfield and Burnage. Join us on 13 Sept and let’s clean up the UK together”.

For news and updates on Let’s do it! UK visit where you can sign up to our newsletter, follow @LetsdoitUK or visit our Facebook page.

Text by Dr Luke Blazejewski


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