Have you ever wondered where those red bags are appearing from in the early hours of the morning?

A mystery cleaning goddess has been coming into town in the early hours of the mornings leaving red bags of debris from highway pathways, car parks and open spaces on the pavements for collection.

The mystery cleaning goddess who wants to be known as ‘The Voice from the Gutter’ has given herself seven months to change Boston focusing on the upcoming Mayflower event next year in May 2020.

‘The Voice from the Gutter’ gets up early every Wednesday and Sunday morning, doesn’t even live in the Borough of Boston, and travels into town with her husband to help tidy the streets of Boston.

When interviewed she said: “Everybody need to come together, sweeping paths and keeping them clear of weeds. What ever it is they do, sweeping paths, cleaning up leaves, everyone has a talent and every little helps.

“With the winter coming close, a lot of the grass verges have been cut, this is now showing lots of litter, especially cigarette butts, these need clearing and it will make all the difference.”

‘The Voice from the Gutter’ is calling out to anyone who wants to help volunteer and tidy up the streets of Boston to join her one morning even if it is for half an hour or so, every little makes such a difference. She will be seen wearing her high-viz somewhere along John Adams Way or parts of land leading off it for the next few weeks. Go see her, have a chat, join in and give her a hand.

She also said: “I started volunteering when I was suffering from mental health issues and now I can’t stop. Anyone who feels isolated please don’t worry, coming out and volunteering will help you.

“It would also be great to see some staff from businesses come out and join us for a while.”

Boston Borough Council’s environment supervisor, Jenny Moore has said: “We have many litter champion volunteers in Boston borough who are the environmental equivalent of Neighbourhood Watch. They help to keep their local area clean and tidy, and report to us any persistent issues such as dog fouling, graffiti, broken street furniture, overflowing bins or abandoned vehicles etc.

“The litter champions initiative has been led by members of the public and the council is fully-committed to supporting these volunteers in any way they can.

“What ‘The Voice from the Gutter’ is doing is amazing and we would like thank her for all of her hard work.”