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Plog Diary

28/04/2019

AfterShokz London Plog

10am - 12pm

Regent's Park, London

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28/04/2019

AfterShokz London Plog

10am - 12pm

Regent's Park, London

28/04/2019

Pitshanger Park Plog

11am - 1pm

Pitshanger Park, Ealing

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28/04/2019

11am - 1pm

Pitshanger Park, Ealing

04/05/2019

USA: San Antonio Plog

10am - 1pm

Brackenridge Park, San Antonio

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04/05/2019

USA: San Antonio Plog

10am - 1pm

Brackenridge Park, San Antonio

06/05/2019

Paddington Plog

1pm - 3pm

Paddington Basin, London

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06/05/2019

Paddington Plog

1pm - 3pm

Paddington Basin, London

8/06/2019

Wandsworth Plog

1pm - 3pm

King George's Park, Wandsworth

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8/06/2019

1pm - 3pm

King George's Park, Wandsworth

Global Plogging

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Interested in setting up your own International Chapter?

We are very passionate about what we do and we love seeing first hand the impact that plogging can have on local communities. But we need you! We are a small team who want to take this far and wide but we need energetic and enthusiastic people who can help us to take our message far and wide.


We are currently in talks with a number of people globally to set up chapters of Plogolution; using the same tried and tested method that has worked so well in the UK. If you're passionate about protecting the environment and want to make a difference, please get in touch.

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School Plogs

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School Plogging Clubs

We are passionate about educating children about the planet and the consequences of rubbish and especially single-use plastic.


Not only do we regularly present at primary schools but we have also set up before school plogging clubs which allows the children to get involved and become passionate about cleaning up their local environment. 


If you are interested in getting involved or setting up your own school plogging club please do get in touch, we'd love to hear from you.

Ultra Plog

We're always keen to step outside of our comfort zones and wanted to find a way to raise awareness of the huge amount of rubbish, and especially single-use plastic that litters our waterways.


With this in mind, we've set ourselves a bit of a challenge for the end of May. Plogolution will be plogging the length of the Thames from the source to the Thames barrier.


That's 184 miles. In 6 days. And picking up a LOT of rubbish on the way.

We want to document everything we pick up along the way so we can highlight problem areas as well as demonstrate the huge littering problem we face.


If you're interested in finding out more or would like to get involved in any way, please take a look at our Ultra Plog page.

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