Sudbury community warden Bradley Smith is urging residents to go an vote for the town’s new anti-litter slogan and logo.
The campaign to clean up the town, started by Mr Smith, is running a competition in primary schools in Sudbury and Great Cornard for a new logo and slogan to inspire people to keep the area clean and tidy.
The 10 shortlisted finalists are on display at Tesco in Sudbury, one of the campaign sponsors, with customers able to vote for their favourite.
Voting ends on Monday when the design with the most votes will made into car stickers and posters to be put on town council vans and displayed across the town.
Shortlisted designs are by Zara Frost, Isabella Finch, Grace Hiskett, Jessica McNaul, Olive Naylor, Rosalind Sandford, Sarah Halls, Abbie Manser, Ellie Mai-Murray, Elesha-May Riddleston.
Mr Smith said: “It is important young people know the importance of keeping the area clean and tidy because they are the next generation and it is where they are going to have to grow up and live.”