Poo’s and dont’s

Volunteers from the LOVEmyBEACH St Annes BeachCare group are fighting back against a persistent form of litter blighting the area they love; bags of dog poo left on the beach and sand dunes. The group of 20 local residents volunteer weekly to help keep the beach clean, however  they have noticed a considerable increase in the amount of dog poo left on the beach by dog owner..

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Clean up with Tim Farron

LOVEmyBEACH is working with Tim Farron, MP for the Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency, to arrange a number of beach cleaning events in the upcoming months; removing plastic pollution at the source and learning more about how to reducing plastic reaching the beach by changing habits at home. There are three beach cleaning events planned so far on the following dates:

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Thank you Merlin Entertainments!

LOVEmyBEACH is excited to announce that Merlin Entertainments in Blackpool are now LOVEmyBEACH business supporters; helping promote how small actions can have a big effect on the quality of our beaches and seas. The Merlin Cluster, which is made up of the Blackpool Tower, Sea Life Centre, The Ballroom and more, have pledged to support the ‘3Ps’ initiative in all of the v..

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Litter Relay Success

As part of Keep Britain Tidy’s nationwide annual Great British Spring Clean, LOVEmyBEACH organised a 10-mile beach clean relay across Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre on Tuesday 27th February to help clear the coastline of litter. Starting at a snow covered St Anne’s beach ten relay teams each walked approximately 1 mile of the coast collecting litter in a variety of weather co..

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