Recycle for Hampshire

Meet the faces of the campaign

Four Hampshire residents are demonstrating their love for their local areas in a very public way – by appearing as the faces of the new Love Where You Live campaign in Hampshire!

John Green-Wilkinson and Paul Morgan of Winchester, along with Vickie Kemp and Tracy Chandler of East Hampshire will be appearing in local advertising and a short video talking about why they love living in Hampshire and what they do to make their local areas nicer places to live.

To see our local champions talking about why they love living in Hampshire, watch their video on Youtube and look out for them in local press and bus advertising.


John, Co-Founder of Winchester Litter Pickers

John co-founded the Winchester Litter Pickers in 1995, with two other volunteers. Within a couple of years their numbers grew to nearly a hundred members, with 30 regular volunteers. The group tidy various locations in Winchester.

"The activity of litter picking is a satisfying task and it keeps us active either done individually whilst shopping or in the group. However at the age of 90, I have now had to reduce my litter picking - which I miss greatly.

We are an aging group and are in desperate need of young volunteers to keep us going.”


Vickie - Treasurer of the Holybourne Village Association

“I'm excited to be involved in promoting the anti-litter message in Hampshire. I truly do love where I live and I hope that others will be inspired to show some pride in their local areas as a result of the campaign.”


Paul, Managing Director of WarrensOffice, a local business based in Winchester

“I love living in Winchester – it’s a busy city with plenty of facilities and attractions, yet it maintains a sense of intimacy and you are only ever a couple of miles from open countryside.

I'm honoured to be involved in the promotion of Winchester and Hampshire having lived and worked here for the last 35 years.”


Tracy, founding member of the East Petersfield Community Group

“Petersfield is a fantastic place to live, it has the best of both worlds - easy access to country side - which is now the South Downs National park and all the benefits of town.

Since the Community Group was set up there has been an increase in community spirit, with residents organising events to clean up the area, including weeding, kerb clearing and litter picking."