South Norfolk residents asked to report leaves falling in bid to keep routes clear

Long Stratton, Norfolk. South Norfolk Council Offices in Long Stratton ENGANL00120111130173715
Long Stratton, Norfolk. South Norfolk Council Offices in Long Stratton ENGANL00120111130173715

South Norfolk Council is encouraging residents to report incidents of falling leaves in a bid to keep the district’s routes clear after a record breaking Litter Pick campaign over the summer.

South Norfolk Council’s sweepers will be targeting specific areas identified by parish councils, community groups and residents to keep the streets and pavements of South Norfolk looking clean, tidy and attractive. Last year’s Autumn leaf clearance scheme collected over 150 tonnes of leaf litter.

Cllr Kay Mason Billig, cabinet member for the Environment and Recycling said: “This is the third year that we have worked with our residents to keep South Norfolk looking its best. We always have a great response from our communities, letting us know about areas of leaf build up which were then dealt with by our teams.”

To report email litterpick@s-norfolk.gov.uk