BBC News recently shone a light on the crucial work being done by Kingdom L A Support, as we support local authorities in their fight against litter and it's far reaching consequences.

The BBC News feature reveals a disheartening truth about holiday hot spot Devon: litter has marred the county's natural beauty. What's worse, this pollution isn't just an eyesore—it's also burdening taxpayers with hefty clean up bills. It's a situation that has left many Devon residents frustrated and saddened. One local resident passionately expressed her feelings, saying that the sight of her beloved Devon being spoiled by litter made her "angry and very upset." Sadly, Devon is one of the many local authorities across the country that have yet to adopt any enforcement when it comes to littering. But travel to West London, and you'll find a very different story. The council in Ealing takes a tougher stance, issuing more than 800 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) in the past year to those caught littering, whether it's cigarette butts or other rubbish.

Kingdom L A Support were proud to have their officers were featured in the BBC News program, diligently issuing tickets to offenders and playing a pivotal role in protecting and supporting local authorities. This is more than just a clean up operation; it's a commitment to preserving the environment we all share.

If you're eager to dive deeper into the efforts of Kingdom L A Support, you can reach out to John Roberts at