Welcome to Keep The Green Clean…

These photos show how the green looked in the summer of 2012. We hope that with ongoing support from volunteers we can maintain this level of tidiness so that everyone can enjoy it…

Many thanks to Colchester Borough Council and Street Warden Sam Lancaster for their ongoing support and help with  putting all of the requests/suggestions into action, and for arranging rubbish collections etc. Much appreciated!






If you’d like to help to Keep The Green Clean please send an email to keepthegreenclean@gmail.com

For information regarding Rubbish & Recycling in Colchester,

please click here Colchester Borough Council 

  • A FREE pre-bookable ‘bulky goods’ collection service takes place every fortnight on a Saturday for some roads within the Barnhall, Monkwick and Blackheath, Old Heath, St Andrew’s, Shrub End and St Anne’s wards.  A date for collection is confirmed at the time of booking either automatically (if booked online) or by the Customer Service Adviser.  Please note that the operatives will only collect the items that you request to be collected.
  • The Council is unable to collect some items – for further details click here.
  • Please contact the Council on recycling@colchester.gov.uk or 01206 282700 if you’re unsure about any aspect of special collections.

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    Hi, I think you are doing a fantastic job….sometimes in the face of adversity. The site is looking beautiful, and the birds and animals will return as they discover nature has returned and the fauna is growing in abundance. Well Done!!!!

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