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Sunday, 7 February 2016

I will be joining local residents to keep my ward "Clean for The Queen" campaign in Birmingham. 

I’m also calling on local residents, schools, businesses and voluntary community groups to help tidy up their local area ahead of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th Birthday. 

The local wards in Birmingham will be seeing an increase of a cleaner landscape with local communities gathering to coordinate anti-litter collective efforts. “Clean for The Queen” brings together all the anti-litter organisations from the UK and aims to get people involved in Britain’s largest litter pick. 

Community groups including councils and residents’ associations are all encouraged to organise their own litter pick over the “Clean for The Queen” campaign weekend during 4th-6th March 2016.

Schools have the opportunity to participate,  they are encouraged to enter the “anti-litter” poster campaign. 

This is a great opportunity to make residents in Birmingham wards get neat and tidy in time for The Queen’s official 90th birthday on 21st April 2016.

‘Together, we will be out helping local residents and community groups ‘Clean for the Queen’. 

If you wish to get  active and clean for the Queen, start organising your own Clean for the Queen event. 

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