People of all ages have been rolling up their sleeves to clear litter across the borough ahead of Her Majesty's 90th birthday.
Last month, pupils from Isleworth Town Primary School, Norwood Green Infant & Junior School, and Green Dragon Primary School, in Brentford , picked up rubbish in their school grounds and nearby parks.
Local residents, meanwhile, cleared private alleyways in Isleworth , and tidied up a fly-tipping hot spot in Heston at a fenced-off verge beside the A4.
Earlier in the month, volunteers fished a mountain of rubbish, including shopping trolleys and power tools, from Bridge House pond in Feltham as part of the Clean for the Queen campaign.
Hounslow Council deputy leader Amrit Mann said: "It is great to hear that children and residents are doing their bit to keep the borough clean and tidy.
'We want everyone to be proud of where they live'
"We want everyone to be proud of where they live and help make a difference to the look and feel of their neighbourhood. This can be as simple as not dropping litter or as ambitious as getting neighbours together to tackle areas which need some extra TLC."
The Clean for the Queen campaign was launched by Country Life, with support from Keep Britain Tidy and the Garfield Weston Foundation, to encourage people to spruce up their neighbourhoods in time for the Queen's 90th birthday.
The Queen's actual birthday is on April 21, but it will be officially celebrated on June 11 with a ceremony at Horse Guards Parade.
In Hounslow, the milestone is due to be marked with a beacon-lighting ceremony in Lampton Park on the evening of April 21.
The council has also invited people planning street parties for the Queen's birthday to apply for grants of up to £250.
To apply for funding, contact your local councillor or email email@example.com with details of the planned event before the end of Friday, May 20.
Residents and schools who would like to arrange their own community clean up or request a litter awareness session can get more information on the Hounslow Highways website.