The Rotary Club of the Studios of Elstree and Borehamwood meet twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday's of each month.

1st Litter Picking Event of 2024! - Organ Hall Estate

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The Rotary Club of the Studios of Elstree and Borehamwood were involved in a Litter Picking event which took place around The Organ Hall Farm area of Borehamwood on Saturday 6th April 2024, as part of the Keep Britain Spring Clean Up campaign.

There were 20 people total taking part in this event combining both Rotarians, local residents plus we welcomed The Worshipful the Mayor of Hertsmere Cllr Chris Myers, along with Cllr Christian Grey and other councillors from Borehamwood Town Council to help with this event.

Rotary Club President Andrew Grady was so pleased with the numbers that came to support the club in this biannual event that the club run. He paid credit to Rtn. Irmine Mason, who along with Peter Mason, a friend of the club co-ordinated and organised the event. President Elect Rtn. Sam Covill a local resident on The Organ Hall estate promoted the event far and wide on local social media, the club website and by flyer/leaflet advertising around the vicinity aswell as organising collection of larger items of rubbish.

It was especially gratifying to see a young family come along to take part. One of the children commented to the Mayor of Hertsmere, Cllr. Myers that he was particularly fed up with the amount of rubbish around and wanted to do something to make a difference. Such great inspiration for us all. A number of incidents of fly-tipping were recorded for the council to take further action, where required.

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Group photo 3 after AI

September 2023 Litter Pick - Farriers Way Borehamwood

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The Rotary Club of the Studios of Elstree and Borehamwood were out in force Litter Picking around the streets of the Farriers Way Estate in Borehamwood on Saturday 23rd September 2023. Six club members along with five 'Friends of the Club' collected Litter that had accumulated around this estate since we last "litter picked" earlier in the year. Club President Andrew Grady commented that he was 'Proud' of the work done by our Environmental Chair Irmine Mason in organising things, adding that 'the club had undertaken a similar project earlier in the year, and it was good to see that things in the locality had improved.'

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Keep Britain Tidy Spring Clean 2022


The Rotary Club of the Studios of Elstree & Borehamwood supported the "GREAT BRITISH SPRING CLEAN" on the 26th March and April 9th, 2022 to improve the streets and parks of our local community. This event is organised every year by Keep Britain Tidy (KBT) and will take place from March 25th to April 10th, 2022 to pick up litter across Britain. In the past twelve months our outdoor spaces have mattered to us more than ever before and this is a way to show respect for those special places that have helped us through the lock-down period.

Keep Britain Poster 2022 FINAL

See below images of club members and friends helping collect litter around Sterling Way in Borehamwood in 2021

Studio Rotary KBT 2021

Studio Rotary President Victor Eni KBT 2021

Club President Victor Eni doing his part.

Rotarin Geoff Strack and Funki

Club members doing their bit to clean up the area.

1. Please take part by pledging to KBT as much time as you can dedicate during the above period - to pick litter in our area.

2. Please refer to the website

3. Please report back to KBT with how much time you actually spent and optionally you can provide pictures of your efforts, the area before and after your cleaning, and/or the many bags filled! Feel free to let our Rotary Club know too, with pictures, of what you have achieved as we will be reporting back through local papers on the event.

4. Please undertake your picking safely (in particular following current COVID-19 guidelines) and you can find details, together with litter picking equipment, at

5. We are hoping that schools will take part in this event and pledge as a group to promote ecology among our young people to keep their future world clean. Our Rotary Club will be awarding certificates for primary schools to recognise our "litter heroes". We would encourage schools to become "Eco-Schools" through KBT and proudly display their green flag for backing a better future for the environment.