Streets have been given a litter-blitz in an attempt to reduce the amount of rubbish left on the road.
A street-clean carried out in the Sherwood area around High Brooms stations has resulted in a total of 220 kilos of waste being collected.
The effort on Thursday June 26, organised by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's street cleaning team, was part of a Kent anti-litter campaign during that ran throughout June.
Council cabinet member with responsibility for sustainability Paul Barrington-King said: "I am pleased that the blitz was successful in respect of the amount of waste collected, however, I don’t want to lose sight of the fact that this type of operation should not be necessary.
"The minority should follow the example of the majority and not drop litter and ensure their waste and recycling is correctly disposed of."
Kent councils have been working together to highlight what can be done to reduce litter.
It has carried out voluntary litter picks from community groups and parish councils, used variable message boards prominently placed in littering areas in Kent, as well as social media messages encouraging the disposal of litter responsibly.