This Sunday a group of volunteers from Moseley Litterbusters tackled flytipped and dropped waste on Haden Way. That section of the road is the entrance to Balsall Heath for drivers coming off the Middleway. The fact that it was strewn with litter should be an embarrassment for those of us who consider this as our neighbourhood.
A group of #moseleylitterbusters went on to make a start on clearing the grassed area of Haden Way in Balsall Heath. It is a BIG job. I don’t think @BhamCityCouncil have tackled it for years! 1/3 pic.twitter.com/lu6vVV9ksT— Izzy Knowles🔶 (@gardensinboots) March 3, 2019
However much we may feel that the Council can do more to support us in making our streets cleaner, those of us who live and work here need to deal with the reality of flytipped and dropped litter lining our neighbourhood.
Moseley Litterbusters are now looking for people who would like to get involved in further litterpicking sessions in Balsall Heath. Many hands make light work and every little bit you can do helps to tackle unsightly, unhygienic piles of rubbish.
If you do want to get involved you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and your details will be forwarded on to organisers.
You can also report flytipped rubbish to Birmingham City Council athttps://www.birmingham.gov.uk/…/envir…/89/report_fly-tipping