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Street Hawks

Want to make Enfield a better place to live, work and study?

Want to get more involved in Enfield Council?

Or want to make new friends while doing something good for the environment?

Then Street Hawks is the scheme for you!

The Street Hawks scheme is a revolutionary and exciting initiative, aimed at reflecting the clean and healthy street environment that the Enfield community deserves.

Initially started in N18 and now borough-wide, the Street Hawks scheme allows residents, businesses and the local council to actively work together.

As a volunteer Street Hawk you have the opportunity to act as the 'eyes and ears' of your local community. This not only includes reporting on things like fly-tipping, dog fouling and abandoned vehicles.

For those who want to get more actively involved, the scheme allows volunteers to take part in projects to help improvement of the local environment such as litter picks and clean up events.

All members can attend Street Hawks meetings and will receive newsletters covering new council initiatives, community information and details of forthcoming events.

You can help to improve our local environment by becoming a Street Hawk volunteer today.

A Street Hawk reporting some dumped rubbish