Community Picnic

Posted: June 18, 2019 by tidystourbridge in Litter

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Tidy Stourbridge. Sunday 03/16

Posted: March 10, 2016 by tidystourbridge in Litter

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Sunday 6th March. 10.00am  The Hadcroft Inn, Grange Lane, Stourbridge, DY9 7DX.

It was a much colder day than we had all anticipated to start with but it was not too long before we started to warm up.  The morning was cold, damp and squelchy underfoot. We split up and went are own separate ways  in order to cover as much as we could given the time available.

David started by just clearing the area around the car park.

What we were aware of this time was the increased amount of dog fouling, ( not in the area around the pub I must mention. )  

We engaged in conversation with several members of the public. A lovely elderly lady offered to help but as it was Mothers Day / Mothering Sunday it seemed a shame to drag her off as she would have been off to lunch later. But the gesture was appreciated. One very kind gentleman at the end offered  to take it all to the tip for us. How charming was that.

It was the usual small sweet wrappers, plastic bottles, drink cans, snack containers, glass bottles.

+ DOG POO. Plenty.

We were 10 volunteers in total. 19 Bags of rubbish in 90 minutes.

Next Venue and Date: Sunday 20th March. 10.00am start: Pedmore Lane/ Gauden Road Junction, Wollescote. DY9 0TD



Please note our new Email address

Posted: February 17, 2014 by tidystourbridge in Litter

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Many thanks to The Express & Star

Posted: November 22, 2013 by tidystourbridge in Litter


The Stourbridge Chronicle this week

Tidy Stourbridge makes The Chronicle

Carnival Clean Up

Posted: July 1, 2013 by tidystourbridge in Litter


Tidy Carried on Where Transition Left Off

Posted: May 14, 2013 by tidystourbridge in Litter

Tidy Carried on Where Transition Left Off

Tidy Stourbridge carried on the hard work of Transition Stourbridge last Wednesday 8th July in the Bagley Street area of lye.

A cool, bright and breezy evening welcomed our dozen or so good souls, who collected 2 sacks of cans and 20 sacks of general litter.

A good percentage of the litter collected was glass bottles and Mcdonalds packaging.

We next meet on Wednesday at The Bird in Hand John Street Wordsley. There is plenty of parking available around the Glass house Cone for this event.