OxClean Spring Clean 2021 is over.
Thanks to everyone who joined in  the Big Saturday Clean-Up!
Spring Clean 2022 will be over two weekends –
18 – 20 and 25 – 27 March.

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We had a splendid turnout over the three Saturdays. We’ll report back more fully in a few days’ time.

Please go to the Essential Information page to download:

  • Fact Sheet
  • Information & Guidance
  • Keep It Safe
  • Sign-in Form
  • Just Cleaned Flyer

Sadly, during lockdown, 365 of our litter pickers were stolen from our store, but we are working hard to raise funds to replace them, and we already have enough for single day litter picks which comply with Covid guidance (we will quarantine the equipment for 72 hours before and after use).

Empty storage
… now you don’t

Read more about this story and what we are doing about raising funds for new litter-pickers, and if you want to help us to get back on track then please think about donating to our fundraising on our JustGiving page. We also encourage supporters to buy their own pickers which they can use at any time.

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So register early to avoid disappointment and be part of making our City beautiful again. We will help you comply with all the current Covid guidance nearer the time.

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.

Meanwhile, there is much to be done to protect our communities and  environment from damage caused by discarded rubbish. If you wish to continue to collect litter in the neighbourhood where you go out to exercise, you might consider purchasing your own litter picker as sadly we can’t currently lend you equipment due to lockdown restrictions. You can contact us on  info@oxclean.org.uk for more advice about what you need and areas that you might visit.  But do stay safe when you are out, complying with current government guidance and avoiding risks on fast roads or flooded areas near rivers.