Posts Tagged ‘Litter free coast’

Help turn the tide on littered beaches in Dorset

9 September 2013

Warbarrow Beach clean  April 2013 c Mark Fisher

The Dorset Wildlife Trust is inviting volunteers to a beach clean at Worbarrow Bay at 10am on Sunday 15 September.

The event aims to try and combat the major litter problems affecting the area.  Litter can be found on the beach at busy times of the year and during storms, and not only ruins the wonderful landscape of Dorset’s coast, but is potentially damaging to our precious marine environment.

Find out more about how to get involved.

Save the date! Autumn Dorset beach clean

4 September 2013

Great Dorset Beach Clean 2013

The next Dorset Beach Clean will take place over the weekend of 21 and 22 September 2013.

April’s record breaking Great Dorset Beach Clean saw 923 volunteers turn out to clear Dorset’s beaches of litter.

The purpose of the autumn event is to identify  and categorise litter that has been left on beaches during the summer. Volunteers are needed to help with cleaning and monitoring beaches.

Find out details of participating beaches and how to get involved.

Win a Kindle! Litter Free Coast competition

2 September 2013

CapturingMyCoastOur friends at the Litter Free Coast and Sea campaign are running a competition for 14 to 18-year-olds with the chance to win a Kindle Fire.

It’s called Capturing My Coast and the judges are looking for the best photo, film or poem that celebrates your coastline.

So if you’re a local student aged between 14 and 18, what are you waiting for? The closing date is 16 September so get snapping, shooting or scrawling now!

Find out more and get involved!


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