Keeping Test Valley Tidy

Thinking Globally, Acting Locally

An Andover resident is taking positive steps to improve Hampshire by encouraging people that with appreciation and gratitude we can all achieve so much more.

Charity Fund Raiser, Anti Litter Campaigner, Supporter of The Charter for Rights Respect and Responsibility, 48th Winner of David Cameron’s National Points of Light Awards.

An Inspirational Motivational Speaker

Manuela's campaign is a Self Funded, Non Commercial, and Non Profit Making Organisation.

She is pro active in the community and hopes to be able to change people’s attitudes by showing what one good deed or one good action a day can do.

Manuela is supported, and continues to be inspired, by many people.

She believes passionately that through our actions we can all become Role Models for Youngsters.

Her mantra is simply this: Pick up one piece of litter a day then get on with living.


Latest Photo

Mrs Julie Anne Palfrey Head Teacher at Romsey Primary School with the winners of the Attitude of Gratitude Presentation on the Perils of Plastic.

Upcoming Events

December 11th 2017
Anti-litter presentation to Class R at Romsey Abbey Primary School
November 12th 2017
Visit to Romsey remembrance parade
July 31st 2017
Presentation of Attitude of Gratitude Award to: Cllr Karen Hamilton Mayor of Test Valley 2016 at Andover Guildhall
July 28th 2017
Meeting with head of editorial Daniel Whiteway.
June 2nd 2017
Attending Grand Opening of the new class rooms At Romsey Abbey Primary School
May 11th 2017
Attending Mayor Making @ Crossfield Hall Romsey
May 6th 2017
Attending the Mayor of Test Valley’s Ball @ Officers Mess Andover
April 27th 2017
Anti-Litter Presentation at Rownhams Primary School