‘It’s not our rubbish … but it is our town’

Aylesbury Wombles was formed in June 2019 by Abigail Walker, a then 14-year-old, after learning about the Environment at school which inspired her to start litter picking.

After a litter pick with her Dad Richard, she wondered if they could gather together a group of people who wanted to make Aylesbury a greener, cleaner and better place to live……so the Aylesbury Wombles was born.

We have collected…

5736

Bags of rubbish this year

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Want to Join us!

Do you want to join us for a group pick? take a look below and see what is coming up soon.

If there is nothing scheduled, or your not ready to join the group picks, why not go solo!

All you need are some bags and litter pickers and we can lend you these if you don’t have them already, just ask.

Don’t forget to tell us how many bags you collect and the area you cleared via Facebook – we will add them to this years total.

🌟Please feel free to join us on any of our listed events: all you need is enthusiasm ( & a pair of gloves would be handy ) and we supply everything else

🌟Check out the date, time & locations below and just turn up : you will be able to spot us in our dashing hi-vis jackets

Coming up soon…

We have collected…

9389

Bags of rubbish since we began (June 2019)

Wombles News

Get all the latest updates on what has been going on from our Facebook page below

2 weeks ago

Before you buy those gift packs, take a look at this. They’re not value for money and they’re also shocking for the planet!

2 weeks ago

Jennie has been out for a spot of Solo wombling this week! Collecting a very impressive 4 bags of general crap and a basket from Sainsburys!!! Bedgrove and Cranbourne ave end A413 receiving some ... See more

2 weeks ago

A donation a bin bags has landed on womble Towers doorstep this morning!!! Thank you to our friends Aylesbury Town Council for sorting them out from one of there suppliers!

Thank you Spaldings for ... See more

2 weeks ago

Our friends at the Aylesbury community board which is part of Buckinghamshire council has asked us to promote the Proud of Bucks Awards. If you know of anyone or a group that you would like to ... See more