Cache In, Trash Out

Working with the Ribble Rivers Trust we are bringing the first 'Cache In Trash Out' geocaching event to the Fylde coast! Come along on Sunday 24th September 10am - 12pm and grab a few local geocaches while helping clear litter and keep the Ribble estuary clean. Meeting at the far end of Pool Lane in Freckleton at 10 am we will head west towards Warton, picking litter as w..

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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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Illuminations Winner

Earlier this year the LOVEmyBEACH campaign teamed up with Blackpool Council and Blackpool Illuminations curator Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen to launch an illuminations competition with primary schools across the North West. The competition required children to design an illumination which would encourage local people and visitors to help keep the beaches clean. After receiving ov..

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Litter Free Beaches

This summer we're discussing litter on our beaches and encouraging everyone to play their part in keeping them clean and safe so that memories can be made at the beach rather than casualties. In the North West we enjoy huge expanses of sandy beaches due the large tidal range stretching out almost a mile away from the shoreline however this means that bins are often some dist..

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We're a campaign with a huge challenge: to work together to keep our local beaches and bathing waters clean.


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St Annes North Beach Clean

September 21, 2017


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