Welcome to OxClean

OxClean is an Oxford Civic Society initiative dedicated to keeping Oxford clean and tidy all year round – ensuring that our beautiful city is a welcoming and pleasant place for people to live, work and visit. We work in partnership with Oxford City Council, The Oxford Times and local community groups and schools.

We have achieved a great deal but there is still much work to be done while litter continues to be dropped, blown around and to accumulate in our streets and public places.

We tackle the problem with a range of activities which increase litter awareness and personal responsibility. We lobby the City Council and other organisations to improve facilities and services.

The dates for OxClean's Spring Clean 2017 are Friday 3 , Saturday 4  and Sunday 5 March
Spring Clean

We co-ordinate annual Spring Cleans. In 2016, over 80 Groups from across the city took to the streets, public spaces and grotspots and cleaned up a large quantity of litter.

See our photo gallery for pictures and these two videos on Youtube: (1) That's Oxford TV covers the launch and (2) ARY TV News with East Oxford's Faith Community Group.

Year Round Litter Picks

We supply equipment and guidance in support of people who want to carry out litter picks at any time of the year.

Schools’ Anti-Litter Campaign

We raise awareness of the benefits of a litter-free environment to encourage pupils not to drop litter in or out of school.


We lobby the City Council, other District Councils and the County Council about improving facilities and services which will lead to a cleaner, litter free Oxford.

Poster Campaigns

We encourage the display of posters and roundels on community notice boards, in retail outlets, cars, buses and black cabs.  We can supply copies of each item, as required - please email us, to enquire.

In Partnership with:

Oxford Streets

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Oxford Civic Society

Supporters of:

Clean for the Queen
Keep Britain Tidy
Clean up the World
Clean Up Britain
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