An army of volunteers is due to give Boston a spring clean – and they want you to suggest which parts of the borough need attention.
The sixth Big Boston Clean-up takes place on Monday, April 8 to Thursday, April 11, with volunteers from a host of group set to join the borough council-led clean-up crusade.
Since 2008 the campaign has seen 3,303 people collect 60 tons of rubbish and the event supports the town’s Britain in Bloom bid.
The council has issued a plea to try to find the sites that most need attention, including private land.
Environment officer Jen Moore said: “The Big Boston Clean-up has a significant impact on the appearance of the town and proves that by working together we can make a positive difference.
“There is a great atmosphere and community spirit giving volunteers the opportunity to meet lots of new people.”
Volunteers will meet each day at the Assembly Rooms at 9.30am after the venue was made available by new owner Matt Clark. Equipment will be provided.
Children from Boston West Academy, Park Community School and St Mary’s Roman Catholic School, Boston, Kirton Primary School and Wrangle Primary School will do their bit in and around their grounds.
You can complete the online pledge form at http://forms.boston.gov.uk/survey/cleanup/pledge.asp or contact Jen Moore, the council’s environment and sustainability officer at email@example.com or phone her on 01205 314583.