Penfields Litterpick

Posted: July 12, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

Tidy Stourbridge held a Litter pick at The Ten Arches, Penfields Estate on Wednesday July 7th 2021

The team collected 7 bags and something that resembled a swing maybe.
It was the Night of the “Footballs coming Home,” hence the shorter Litter picking time.

We had a lovely New lady join our group.

So thanks to Colin, Judith, Gary, Allun, Mirella, Lucas and his Mum Becky.

The usual sweet wrappers, crisp packets, cans, plastic bags, plastic bottles, sleeping bag.

Next up is a clean up of the Parkrun Route from The Dell in Pensnett at 630pm on Thursday 15th July.

Redhill Clean Up

Posted: June 28, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

A team of 5 went out on Wednesday 23rd June and cleared trolleys and 9 sacks of litter from around the school.

Please see the calendar page for the next event, we need more volunteers please.

No Booking Required

Posted: June 24, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

Just a reminder that no booking is required now to take part in any event, just turn up and go….

Next event… 7th July 630pm: The Ten Arches (Penfields Estate) DY8 4UZ

Thorns Clean Up

Posted: June 16, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

A team of 7 spruced up the area around The Thorns School on Wednesday 9th June, 5 bags of litter were collected in just an hour

Parkrun Litter Pick

Posted: June 4, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

The Freelance Runners are cleaning up the Dudley Parkrun route from The Dell at 630pm on Thursday 22nd July in preparation for the return of the run on the following Saturday.

This will be a 2 mile walk along woodland and canal, all welcomed.

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Posted: June 2, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

We now have a Facebook group for the 21st Century…

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Summer 2021 Events

Posted: June 2, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

After a small meeting on Tuesday 1st June and with restrictions all but lifted, the following events have been planned for the rest of the summer weather permitting and subject to change.

9th June 630pm: Stockwell Avenue (Thorns School) DY5 2YA

23rd June 630pm: Junction Road (Redhill School) DY8 1JU

7th July 630pm: The Ten Arches (Penfields Estate) DY8 4UZ

21st July 630pm: Brompton Drive (Blake Hill Park) DY5 3NZ

4th August 630pm: School Drive (Collis Street Play Area) DY8 4EA

18th August 630pm: The Broadway (Norton Fisheries) DY8 3HX

No booking is required, simply turn up and go…

Litter picking will finish at 8pm and refreshment will be enjoyed in a local pub afterwards.

We do require help with the transportation of equipment (sack trucks etc.) especially on the 9th of June, please get in touch if you can help.

Bevan Road 2nd Attempt

Posted: May 18, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

The group collected all usual stuff last Wednesday 12th May from Bevan Road, around 14 bags plus a lot of plastic.

A very large paddling pool was also collected, strange that someone has gone to the trouble of dragging it into the middle of a coppice.

Bevan Road Return

Posted: May 12, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

Rachael, Alison, Judith, Becky and Son Lucas tackled a copse off Bevan Road, Buckpool, DY5 3TY.

10 bags, 2 Bags of glass, 1 chair, 2 window frames, 2 door frames with glass attached, 1 black puffet, 1 Christmas tree, 1 cushion were collected despite this area being cleaned up 12 months ago.

Extra Amblecote Clean up

Posted: May 3, 2021 by tidystourbridge in Litter

We had an excellent litter pick around the large flats in Trinity Road on Saturday and cleared a tremendous amount of rubbish. Managing to clear so much rubbish was also due to the help Amblecote Labour had from Wollaston Labour Party Members and Tidy Stourbridge.

Most to the mess was around the back of the last block in Trinity Road.

Our team of 9 were; Doug, Ellie, Adam, Rachael, Ellen, Chris, Rachel, Nigel and Roger managing to pick over 16 bags of rubbish, a large builders bag of waste, 2 mattresses, a carpet and a load of wood. It was good to hear a lot of thanks from residents seeing all this rubbish that we collected.