Current litter picks


Twice a year in spring and autumn. All are welcome. Colwall Community Church provides hot drink afterwards. We will issue routes and equipment. Participants must sign a disclaimer stating that they accept full responsibility for their own safety and anyone under 18 who comes with them.

Meet in the station approach, beside the Colwall Park Hotel, Colwall, WR13 6ED.

Contact John Harradence on 01684 540638 or email


Goodrich Village - three times a year - usually February, June and October

All are welcome.

Meet at the school car park at 10am. Look out for further details on posters at the school and village hall.


Hereford Community Clean Up Group

Regular litter picks in Hereford City - please see the Hereford Community Clean Up Group Facebook Group for upcoming events.

All volunteers welcome and equipment provided.

First Sunday of the month starting at 10am

Organised by St Nicholas Community Association, Whitecross and Greyfriars Wards.

Westfaling Street Scout Hut, Westfaling Street, Hereford, HR4 0JF.

All volunteers welcome to help to keep this part of Hereford and your wards clean.

Contact 01432 268222 or email


Litter pick every Sunday from 10am to 11am

All are welcome. Meet opposite the Fire Station in Broad Street car park, Leominster, HR6 8DD.

Contact Felicity Norman on 01568 780886 or email

Please visit Leominster Town Council website


Ross Community Litter Clean Up Crew organise events in and around Ross-on-Wye. This friendly group welcome new volunteers of all ages.

For current details follow them on Facebook, email or text/phone Anne on 07771 521639.


Regular litter picks around Whitbourne and the local area.

Second Saturday of the month starting at 10am.

Meet at Whitbourne Village Hall, WR6 5SG

Other litter picks in the area organised on an informal basis.

Contact Rachel for more information: 07870429528 or email

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