The Parish Council own and manage small pockets of community land within the parish and make sure the local area is as litter free as possible and ensuring our trees and grass areas are well maintained. Environmental services are completed by the Village Warden and Litter Warden, who you will see most days in your community completing their daily work tasks.

The role of the Village Warden is to look after the Parish Council owned land and benches, including the village green and trees on the green, the War Memorial, the Nature Reserve, play areas or just out and about making sure the parish area is looking presentable and well looked after.

The Litter Warden walks various routes around the village collecting the litter and making sure the community area is well looked after.

The work that both the Village Warden and Litter Warden complete is aimed to compliment the contracted work completed by Shropshire Council as the unitary authority. For any environmental issues or concerns, please contact Albrighton Parish Council Office to discuss this.

The Parish Council is aware that there are also local residents from the community who are also looking after their own residential areas.  So thank you to all those residents and local groups for helping to keep the community looking tidy.