than 70 MPs, including Government Ministers and the Mayor of London,
attended the parliamentary launch of the Clean for The Queen campaign in
the Jubilee Room at the Houses of Parliament.
entered into the spirit of the campaign and donned purple campaign t-shirts and
wielded litter pickers for a photocall to publicise the campaign and to lead
the call for community groups, schools and businesses to help tidy up their
local area in their constituencies ahead of The Queen’s 90th
than one million people are expected to join the UK’s largest litter pick over
the Clean for The Queen Weekend over 4, 5 and 6 March.
Minister is backing the campaign. David Cameron said: “I am delighted that West
Oxfordshire is joining the UK’s biggest anti-litter campaign ahead of The
Queen’s 90th birthday.
is a special event and provides great momentum for communities to gather
together and do our bit to clean up – and get our country looking fit for a
The Mayor of
London, Boris Johnson, is donating 100 clean-up kits containing litter
pickers, gloves and rubbish bags for the special clean-up weekend.
Boris Johnson, said: “ I want to encourage everyone to get together
like-minded neighbours and friends to litter pick, plant, paint and tidy and
really brighten local spaces. This year we have the extra incentive of making
our city as beautiful as possible in honour of The Queen.”
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