The Nurdle Hurdle

What Are Nurdles and How Do They Harm Our Environment? By Beth Raffell, Guest Blogger Plastic pollution is everywhere, found in all shapes and sizes across our parks, gardens, coastlines and in our oceans. But have you heard about nurdles? Nurdles can be described as small plastic pellets that are about the size of a…

Fundraise or Donate!

Please click on the button below to be taken to our Just Giving page where you can donate to our charity. Every donation allows us to continue our inspiring and practical work to protect our coastlines and countryside from the blight of plastic pollution. Donations are an incredible way for you to show your support…

Wildlife-friendly beach cleaning!

It may sound counter-intuitive, because clearly when we are beach cleaning, we are trying to help wildlife by reducing the impact of litter on their habitat. However, it’s also really important to remember that while we are beach cleaning, we could be causing disturbance to wildlife living in the area we are so busy tidying…

EA and Solent Forum launch new Solent Plastics Pollution Hub

We are pleased to be featured in the new Solent Plastics Pollution information hub, launched by the Environment Agency and independent coastal partnership, the Solent Forum. The web-based resource features guidance for new and existing groups, including group links, information on borrowing equipment, litter recycling and disposal, and local initiatives. Litter pickers can also join…

Upcoming Beach Cleans & Events for 2022

We are ready and raring to go with our beach cleaning and events this year. Since we started the campaign back in 2018, we have picked up an enormous 31.5 tonnes of rubbish from local beaches and countryside, with the help of nearly 4,000 volunteers! We intend to keep this momentum up, and so here…