Great British Spring Clean volunteers recognised by the Prime Minister
Over recent weeks the Prime Minister has recognised five inspirational local environment campaigners with Points of Light awards as part of the Great British Spring Clean, the country’s largest mass-action environmental campaign run by Keep Britain Tidy and supported by the Daily Mail.
Jason Alexander, Rosanne Bostock, Nadia Sparkes, Emily Stevenson and Dhruv Boruah have all made a major impact in helping turn the tide on plastic tidy up the country, both by drawing attention to cleaning up in imaginative ways and by clearing masses of litter up themselves.
Find out more about their work and how you can nominate outstanding volunteers who are making a real difference in your community at the Points of Light website.
Posted on 2nd May 2019