The news brand is proud to once again support Keep Britain Tidy’s ‘Great British spring clean’ campaign to clean up our beaches, beauty spots and streets.
The past year has proved more than ever the value of our nation’s outdoor spaces, which is why we should all be helping to keep them cleaner and greener.
This year the Daily Mail is on a mission to collectively achieve a million miles of litter-picking as part of the ‘Great British spring clean’ campaign, running from Friday 28th May until Sunday 13th June.
Commenting on the partnership, editor of the Daily Mail, Geordie Greig, said: “We passionately believe in this clean-up and the volunteer force that get behind us is like a hurricane. Each year we do it, more people seem to join. And each year we do it, the country gets tidier and neater. We’ve had an incredible year – even with Covid-19 – with campaigns and our Mail Force charity. Last year, we raised money and goods – both computers and PPE – worth more than £25million, the biggest amount any newspaper has ever raised. And we want to bring the force of our incredible readers to this campaign.”
How can I take part?
Help make a difference wherever you are by pledging time – no matter how big or small – to participate in the pick-up.
You can pledge as an individual or as a group, which at the moment is yourself plus one other person, a family group or bubble, or school.
Keep Britain Tidy has compiled all the information you need to get started and COVID-19 guidance for your area is updated regularly on their site.