Here at Fylde LOVEmyBEACH we aim to inspire and empower communities to take care of their local beach environment. People can show they love their beach by heading out on a beach clean or adopting beach-friendly practices in the home. If everyone makes small changes we can all have a big impact on the local coastal environment and in particular bathing water quality.

We work from Lytham to Knott End, covering the iconic beaches at Blackpool through to the picturesque coastlines of Fylde and Wyre boroughs.

Fylde LOVEmyBEACH works with eight regular beach volunteer groups across the coast who do an amazing job of litter picking and surveying their favourite Fylde coast beach.

We know local businesses are an important part of every community and they can play a key role in helping improve our beaches and seas. Business on the Fylde coast can get involved by supporting beach cleans, holding LOVEmyBEACH days and running their operations in a Beach friendly way such as encouraging staff to ‘think before they flush.’

Fylde LOVEmyBEACH is managed by BeachCare – a partnership delivered by Keep Britain Tidy, one of our Turning Tides members.

Want to get involved? Contact us using the details on the right. From individuals to big businesses there’s something everyone can do to help.

Fylde Coast Volunteer Groups:

Friends of the Estuary

When: Weekly, every Monday at 10:15am
Meeting Point: Lytham Lifeboat station Car Park, Lytham
Info: www.friends-of-the-estuary.co.uk

Fairhaven Coastal Care Group

When: Weekly, every Wednesday at 10am
Meeting point: St Pauls Car Park at Fairhaven Lake, Lytham St Annes

St Annes BeachCare Group

When: Weekly, every Tuesday at 10am
Meeting point: St Annes Pier, St Annes-on-the-sea

SEA LIFE Blackpool LOVEmyBEACH cleans

When: Monthly, mostly on Sundays, check the ‘Events’ page for dates
Meeting point: Next to the RNLI building on central promenade, opposite SEA LIFE Blackpool.

Cleveleys Beach Care Group

When: Every other week on a Sunday, check the ‘Events’ page for dates
Meeting point: At the Sea Swallows statue on the promenade at the end of Victoria Road West, Cleveleys

Rossall Beach Residents and Community Group

When: Monthly, check the ‘Events’ page for dates
Where: Rossall Beach car park, Cleveleys

Rossall Point BeachCare Group

When: Weekly, every Thursday at 10am
Where: Rossall Point Observation Tower, Fleetwood

Knott End Beach Care Group

When: Monthly on a Tuesday morning at 10am, check ‘Events’ page for dates
Meeting point: Knott End ferry car park