Call of Nature

It's World Toilet Day on Sunday 19th November; a UN initiative aiming to improve global sanitation. Although the majority of the North West waste water is safely treated through the United Utilities network risks to local rivers and seas are still prevalent through privately maintained waste water treatment works. The Call of Nature campaign has been designed to i..

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Cleaner Seas!

Whether you swim, paddle, or simply enjoy a stroll on one of the region’s many beaches, you can be assured, once again, that the quality of the water is cleaner than at any time in the last 30 years. For the second year in a row the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has published statistics that reveal that all 31 of the North West’s bathing wate..

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Fylde Volunteer Celebration Event

Over 60 beach clean volunteers from across the Fylde coast came together at Fleetwood’s Marine Hall on Friday 13th October for the third annual Volunteer Celebration event organised by Fylde LOVEmyBEACH officer Emma Whitlock. The event celebrated the fantastic achievements of the volunteers, with Emma updating the packed hall of litter heroes that between them t..

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Take part in a #2minutebeachclean

LOVEmyBEACH is proud to announce the arrival of 12 two minute beach clean boards to the North West. The boards are a tool which make it easier for everyone to do their bit to look after the beach. The stations are A-boards with a holder for litter pickers and a slot for used plastic bags. Aside from having a dirty beach with items on it that are a risk to our health there ar..

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Crosby Beach Clean

November 26, 2017

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