about litter free dorset

Litter Free Dorset is made up of a group of local organisations, charities and community groups. They all work together to reduce the social, economic and environmental impacts of litter.

This is done by trying to stop littering behaviour in the first place through projects and campaigns. We also work together with litter picking groups to help coordinate regular clean ups. All supporters want a Litter Free Dorset that acts in ways that help to achieve this and encourage other people to do so too.

Project Officer Sophie Colley, with the support of Project Assistant Abi Mills, runs the Litter Free Dorset project; coordinating, organising and campaigning with like-minded organisations, charities and community groups. Feel free to get in touch with Sophie or Abi for any litter related questions.

Listed below are the working groups that make up Litter Free Dorset. If your interested in joining us do get in touch!

working groups

Meet Sophie

Meet Abi

Why is creating a Litter Free Dorset so important to you?


Litter is harmful to wildlife and damages the quality of life of all of us by spoiling the landscapes that help us all to live happier, healthier lives.

Why is creating a Litter Free Dorset so important to you?


Littered items are often brightly-coloured, non-degradable and toxic. They spoil the view of Dorset’s countryside, pollute the land and endanger wildlife.