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Stop the Drop

By Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)


Stop the Drop Campaigners Toolkit provides critical pieces of information to prevent fly-tipping in rural areas.

Campaign Name: Stop the Drop
Delivered By: Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
Main Objective: Behaviour change, raising awareness/ communications campaigns, Behaviour change, community engagement
Type: Communications campaign incl. posters, Community engagement and/or event
Location: Rural


Our Stop the Drop Campaigner's Toolkit tells you how you can take action on litter and fly-tipping and make a difference where you live. The toolkit includes information about who to contact on litter problems, example case studies, ideas for community action, sample letters, publicity material: posters, postcards and example news releases.

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