Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford met with representatives of Keep Scotland beautiful in parliament this week to discuss their Spring Clean 2019 campaign.

 

Clean Up Scotland is the national campaign to build community pride and make Scotland clean for future generations. But litter and flytipping levels at the worst in a decade.

 

Events are taking place across the country, with a Clean Up event organised at Bannockburn High School on 31st May.

 

Commenting, Bruce Crawford said:

 

“I am biased when I tell people that I represent the most beautiful constituency in the whole country. From a striking urban setting, to the spectacular Stirling highlands.

 

“However, it is disheartening on those occasions when I am out and about, visiting rural Stirling areas and finding areas where fly tipping has taken place. It’s a scar on our otherwise beautiful countryside.

 

“I fully support this grassroots initiative to tackle the problem and would urge locals across the area to get involved.

 

“Finally, if you see someone fly tipping, please ensure that you report this to the authorities.”

Categories: Environment