From Vicky Karidopoulou, Project Development Officer, Environment Economy & Culture, CityClean
Brighton & Hove’s new litter campaign kicks off today, and it needs your support!
‘Streets Ahead’ is a collaboration between Brighton & Hove City Council & environmental charity Hubbub. They are bringing together Brighton’s residents, businesses and tourists to help reduce the amount of litter in our city.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Join kick-off event
On Friday the 25th of August Brighton & Hove’s first ever silent disco beach clean takes place. Drop by the upper promenade opposite the Grand Brighton hotel between 4pm and 7pm. Take a £5 deposit with you, trade it for a set of headphones, and help clean up the beach while you dance!
Spread the word
a) Invite your friends, family and colleagues to join the silent disco beach clean! Send them this invitation, or invite them to the Facebook event.
b) Promote #StreetsAhead & remind people to use bins or take their rubbish home. The Council has drafted tweets, posts and design collateral for you to help you get started. You can find them here.
Get together with your friends & discuss what you can do to create streets to be proud of! If you need any litter pickers, bin bags or promotion, get in touch with Vicky.Karidopoulou@brighton-hove.gov.uk and we will happily support you in these events.
Vicky, Project Officer, CityClean: ‘I really look forward to meeting you on the beach or on social media, answering any questions you might have, and especially to hear about the plans you and your friends come up with to create a Streets Ahead Brighton & Hove! Please do get in touch and we will be more than happy to meet with you.’
The #StreetsAhead campaign kicks-off the 25th of August. Before the 25th you can promote the silent disco beach clean but please only start sharing #StreetsAhead messages, social media cards, etc.after 12pm on the 25th of August.
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Environment Economy & Culture, CityClean
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