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Join Keep Britain Tidy and Clean for The Queen to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th birthday

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Keep Britain Tidy are proud to announce the Clean for The Queen campaign, in partnership with Country Life Magazine and the Garfield Weston Foundation.

Clean for The Queen is asking everyone to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th birthday in 2016 by helping to clear up Britain.

It will rally an army of volunteers across the country to clean up their local areas and will include a special clean-up weekend on March 4-6.

With the full backing of Keep Britain Tidy, the campaign already has the support of well-known national organisations as well as individual ambassadors.

Kirstie Allsopp, TV presenter and Keep Britain Tidy Ambassador said, "It's the Queen's 90th birthday and what better way to mark this momentous occasion than getting out there and having a great big tidy up?

"I have campaigned against litter and litterers for years. I hate what litter does to our communities and our country and would love to see us all getting stuck in to do something about it!"

Now we want your help too. .

To take part in Clean for The Queen, please register below, where you'll find advice and tips about how to join a group or simply do your bit.

If every adult picked up just one piece of litter and put it in a bin, that would be more than 50 million pieces of rubbish disposed of properly. Imagine if everyone picked up at least one piece of litter every day for the next nine months.

We can do it. We can all Clean for The Queen!  

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