DWT Volunteer Litter Warden Scheme
Our volunteer litter warden scheme supports volunteers who wish to clean up their local area and green space. The scheme has been running for over 15 years and currently has over 120 active volunteers.
THERE IS ALOT OF INTEREST IN THIS SCHEME DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS BUT AT PRESENT WE ARE UNABLE TO PROCESS NEW EQUIPMENT REQUESTS.
DO SUBMIT A COMPLETED FORM (DOWNLOAD LINK BELOW) TO OUR VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR AND SHOULD THIS SITUATION CHANGE WE WILL BE IN TOUCH TO ARRANGE EQUIPMENT COLLECTION OR DELIVERY.
The litter wardens often litter pick their own residential areas or areas close to their place of work, and the Trust truly appreciates this practical action. If you are interested in becoming a litter warden we provide advice and support and also the equipment that you will require to get started.
The equipment includes a litter picker (adult or child) a handi hoop, black bags, reusable washable gloves (adult or child) and a Hi-Viz jacket.
As a litter warden you can only litter pick on public land, unless you get permission for private land from the land owner. Under 16's need to be accompanied by a trusted adult.
We also keep you informed of litter related news through email bulletins or postal newsletters.
For further information please contact the Volunteer and Community Coordinator on 01905 730601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or download a registration form below.