Enter the Clean Britain Awards today!

Clean Britain supports and recognises the work of local authority street scene teams and community volunteers in keeping our public places and spaces clean and safe, for everyone to enjoy.

We’re now taking entries for our annual awards which feature categories for local authorities, community groups and guardians of public spaces. Previous winners have included Nottingham City Council, London Borough of Tower Hamlets and Keeping Coleshill Clean.

Now in its 26th year the prestigious Clean Britain awards provides a great opportunity to showcase the fantastic work you are doing in your area, share your success with others and receive some great press coverage and recognition in the process.

Click here to find out more about our annual Clean Britain awards and to download and application form.

Become a Clean Britain Member

By becoming a Clean Britain member you will receive free access to the Clean Britain Awards, CIWM membership for one year, access to a specialist street-scene network and tailored events and workshops throughout the year.

Government Resource Minister Dan Rogerson MP supports the 2015 Clean Britain Scheme:

“The appearance of our streets and public spaces can have a direct impact on how safe and comfortable we feel, and so we owe a great deal to the people who work hard to maintain and keep our communities clean. The CIWM Clean Britain Scheme is a great opportunity to recognise and support people whose efforts are often overlooked, as well as celebrate their successes in this important activity.”

We’re delighted that so many local authorities, private companies and community groups have signed up to Clean Britain already but we want to encourage as many people and groups as possible to take part and to learn from each other.

Become a Clean Britain Member today and get access to a valuable package of benefits including  entry into the prestigious annual awards.

New for 2015 - monthly community awards (with prizes) and guardians of public spaces award (for anyone who manages a public space).

For more information please email kent@ciwm.co.uk or call 01604 823338.