Video shows little Jenna, 6, delivering passionate lecture to litterbugs blighting Milton Keynes beauty spots

A six-year-old wildlife lover has taken litterbugs to task at a city beauty spot.

Tuesday, 23rd March 2021, 5:47 pm
Updated Tuesday, 23rd March 2021, 5:50 pm

Big-hearted Jenna Stephens cares deeply about wildlife and the environment.

She and her dad Terry have been out together on regular litter picks during lockdown with members of the Keeping the Blue Lagoon Beautiful Facebook group.

While out of one of these exercises, Jenna was horrified to see particularly big piles of food wrappers and discarded drinks cans.

Little Jenna, 6

While her dad filmed her, she delivered an impromptu lecture about why is it wrong to dump litter and how it can be so harmful to the wildlife at the Bletchley beauty spot.

Terry said: "Jenna loves anything to do with nature and the environment. What she does not understand is why some people would choose to litter the environment.

"This was totally unscripted and straight from her big green heart."

He is hoping Jenna's video will get the message across to litter louts as MK emerges out of lockdown and in to the spring.

The Blue Lagoon

"Her message to everyone who enjoys our green spaces is take your litter home with you," he said.

Jenna is also a keen gardener and enjoys helping her family out on their allotment in Eaton Avenue, Bletchley.