Park Langley Residents' Association
To promote and protect the interests of the residents of Park Langley
Park Langley Litter Pickers (PLLP)
Would you like to join the Park Langley Litter Pickers?
Many areas of Bromley have litter picking groups that meet regularly, often once
a month, to help keep their area free of litter and rubbish that collects on the
streets - and we are starting one for the Park Langley area.
Most residents don’t drop litter or leave their dog poo bags lying around and many people already pick up litter whilst out walking in the area.
However I’m sure we’re all aware of litter/rubbish deliberately or accidentally dropped on our streets which is not only unsightly but can cause slipping /tripping hazards and possible injury from broken glass etc and real problems for wildlife and pets if they get entangled in it or swallow it.
We can all help our area look and feel better by making sure litter and waste in the street outside our own homes is picked up and refuse and recycling is securely stored and covered before collection, with bins placed on the edge of our properties, (not out on the pavement) ready for collection, and anything that has fallen out is picked up afterwards.
However if enough residents are willing to participate in a regular litter pick this could help keep our area looking even better. It can also help bring the community together, building on some of the community support which has started with the coronavirus pandemic.
A regular group can also link with our local schools and could follow up on any initiatives during Keep Britain Tidy’s National Great British SpringClean which usually runs in March/April each year, but this year occurred in September.
If anyone is interested in taking part please email email@example.com to express your interest and leave your contact details. We can then get back to you with dates and other information.
Litter picks are likely to be organised one weekend per month. Families will be very welcome but all children must be accompanied by a carer/parent.
Hope to hear from you all soon
Gill and Bob Clegg
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