Littering And Anti-Social Behaviour Challenged By Love Parks Campaign

Littering And Anti-Social Behaviour Challenged By Love Parks Campaign
Littering And Anti-Social Behaviour Challenged By Love Parks Campaign

Keep Britain Tidy has launched a new campaign to tackle littering and anti-social behaviour in parks.

The campaign is being supported by and Hull Culture and Leisure.

Councillor , chair of Hull Culture and Leisure, said: “Our fantastic parks are integral parts of our communities. They provide valuable green spaces that benefit both our physical and mental health.

“There is simply no need to litter and it is not acceptable. We should all respect our parks and the who use them.”

Richard McIlwain, deputy chief executive of Keep Britain Tidy, said: “The UK was the birthplace of the public park and their value was recognised by many during the lockdown as a haven of green space for exercise and relaxation.

“But, as lockdown measures have eased, we’ve seen a significant minority of abuse these treasured spaces.

“This campaign, which has been made available to every local authority in the country and which is based on behavioural science, will act as an effective nudge to actively encourage to treat our beautiful parks – and the amazing staff who work
in them – with respect this summer.”

Councillor , portfolio holder for Streetscene services at , said:

“Littering is unacceptable and anti-social behaviour and there is no excuse for it. Our fantastic parks are valued by so many of us and it’s not acceptable that a selfish minority can spoil it for the majority.”

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