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The Big BIG Fermanagh Litterpick 2023

Join us anytime and anywhere in Fermanagh between 28th and 29th April for the the big BIG Fermanagh Litterpick.

The Big BIG Fermanagh Litterpick 2023

The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership hosts Fermanagh’s biggest ever litterpick with the support of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and Live Here, Love here.

WHEN: The Big BIG litterpick is happening between Friday 28th and Saturday 29th April 2023. You can take part anytime during this period.

WHERE: From Belleek to Rosslea, Belcoo to Lack and everywhere in between, we aim to litterpick all over the county of Fermanagh. You can take part in your local village, at a local park, along your country road, on the Lough with some of our partners, or wherever you like! We will have the help of local water based groups, so you also have the opportunity to sign up and litterpick on Lough Erne.

WHY: Fermanagh’s natural heritage is something to treasure. Our unique landscape needs protecting and conserving. Not only does litterpicking keep our county tidy, it is also important for protecting local wildlife. Unfortunately Lough Erne has been home to unwelcome plastics and other forms of litter which threatens our local wildlife. We hope that working with the local community we can ensure that people recognise the importance of disposing of rubbish in the correct way in order to protect and preserve the natural heritage of the area.

WHO: Anyone can take part! Whether you are part of a community group, a school, local organisation or yourself and your neighbours want to keep your area tidy, then this is for you! Anyone and any age can take part, so sign up and get involved.

HOW: All you need to do is sign up. Use the following booking form to register where and when you can litterpick. Remember anything you can do to help, will make a big impact. Once you sign up, we will get in contact with you about getting your group the equipment you need to take part.



Areas to avoid: As it is bird breeding season, there are a few areas that are important to avoid. Please see the two maps below, which are more relevant to those participating on water. For reference on islands further up Lower Lough Erne, please contact