The National Trust is calling for islanders to clean up after themselves and report anyone they see leaving behind rubbish in public spaces.

Instances of littering are on the rise in Jersey this summer according to the Trust.

It comes after plastic items such as carrier bags and bottles have been spotted in several of Jersey's green areas.

Le Hocq and Le Coleron Battery are two places that have been particularly affected by recent littering. National Trust rangers say they have to collect large amounts of litter from these areas on a weekly basis.

If you see any one misusing these or any of our sites, please either contact us, the relevant parish hall or the Police (if damage is being caused).We only have a small team to manage these sites and cannot patrol them every day. So please help us to keep these places safe, clean and beautiful for people, pets and wildlife.

The National Trust for Jersey