12 months on the Fylde Coast

As the financial year draws to a close, we reflect on what LOVEmyBEACH has achieved on the Fylde Coast in the last 12 months! Our work towards cleaner and safer beaches has faced challenges this year. However we have adapted as best we can and still have a lot to celebrate! Please take 5 minutes to read about our work from 2020-21 in the report below (just click the link)..

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New WOOP! school resources now available!

Eco-friendly parents stuck for things to do with their children and teachers looking for extra activities, will be pleased to hear that they can now help them learn about how they can protect our oceans, beaches and wildlife thanks to some new resources created by LOVEmyBEACH, the environmental campaigning project from the Turning Tides Partnership. As part of the WOOP! (Wip..

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Help us tackle coastal pollution

There are many sources of coastal pollution, which can harm our beaches, seas and wildlife. Thankfully our North West beaches and seas are the cleanest and safest they have ever been, and we want them to stay that way. We need your help to identify and report signs of coastal pollution in order to prevent further incidents! Pollution can imp..

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Microplastic Incident

Unfortunately Fylde Coast beaches and marine life have faced a tough week, as a deluge of microplastics have washed in on recent tides. Numerous beaches between Fleetwood, Blackpool and Lytham have been affected by significant amounts of multi-coloured plastic fragments arriving with incoming tides. Microplastics are small pieces of plastic, measuring less than 5mm. Unfortun..

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We’re providing reusable period care kits for local women

To support local women struggling due to the Covid pandemic, LOVEmyBEACH will be providing reusable period care kits via the Fleetwood Together foodbank.  Period poverty (a lack of access to sanitary products due to financial pressures) has increased by 6 times across the UK, during the Covid pandemic. 3 in 10 girls have reported being unab..

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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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Beach Cleans Cancelled

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak


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