David Cameron, Boris Johnson, the Women's Institute and even the Archers are behind a national campaign to get a million people out and about cleaning up their communities.
Closer to home this campaign also has backing from Hart District Council.
The aim of Clean for The Queen is to give the country a tidy-up ahead of The Queen’s 90th birthday in April with a weekend of activity from 4 - 6 March 2016.
Cllr Steve Forster, Cabinet Member for Technical Services at Hart District Council, said: ‘We are delighted to be supporting Clean for The Queen and we hope to inspire as many groups, individuals and organisations in Hart to take part. We are making litter bags available free of charge from the Hart Offices, in Fleet, and if hi-vis jackets and litter pickers are needed, we are able to loan a limited amount out.’
Hart Countryside Rangers are holding a community clear up event on Saturday 5 March between 10am and 12 noon in Hartley Wintney with Hartley Wintney Parish Council.
Calthorpe Park school are also taking part.
There are also other activities in Hart with a deep clean of the public amenity areas around Blackwater local shops from the 14 to 16 March.
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