Volunteers, charities, businesses and local authorities are set to get involved in keeping Britain tidy.
The Great British September Clean Up will run from 11th to 27th September.
The campaign was supposed be a spring clean up but due to covid-19 it was postponed.
Sheila Brett, Ward Officer for Ecclesfield Ward, said she hopes people can make a difference. There is no excuse for people to dump rubbish.
The Household Waste site had to close during the lockdown but reopened after ease of restrictions. Household waste sites extended their hours with an appointment only system.
Brett said “Residents do care, they are keen to help out. Up to 150 people came to clean up the park in Bradford Moor. Now it is about pulling it all together.”
The People Campaign stated that there are two ways you can get involved.
1. Organise a private clean-up with up to five other family and friends.
2. Pledge to do your own individual clean-up, you can give as little as 15 minutes to the campaign.
To take part contact your local Bradford Neighbourhood Office:
Bradford South Area Co-ordinator’s Office – 01274 431155
Bradford West Area Co-ordinator’s Office – 01274 432597
Bradford East Area Co-ordinator’s Office – 01274 431066
Shipley Area Co-ordinator’s Office – 01274 437146
Keighley Area Co-ordinator’s Office – 01535 618008