Fabulous new drain art designs brighten up local pavements!

In the depths of 2020, somewhere between lockdowns 1 and 2, we launched a competition open to school-age children to design artwork to try to persuade people not to drop litter on our local streets. We had seen similar projects in other countries, but not many in the UK, and were really keen to try…

Plastic Free July Plogging!

Plogging, yes it’s a real word and it’s a real thing! It’s the combination of jogging and ‘plocka upp’, Swedish for ‘to pick up’. In a nutshell, plogging is jogging and quickly stopping to pick up litter while you go! It’s a great way to help clean up your local area while you exercise, and…

Big Easter Litter Hunt, Hayling Island

We were recently contacted by the Mum of the fantastic Florri, age 4 and Sidney, age 10 (pictured) who live on Hayling Island. They were sad about seeing litter around the Island, and decided they wanted to do something about it to keep it clean for all of us to enjoy. Inspired by these proactive…

35 Year Old Crisp Packet Found During Beach Clean

We often find interesting items on our beach cleans, and our latest clean-up on Hayling Island had it’s own little surprise in store. Aside from the huge amount of microplastics, cotton bud sticks and plastic nurdles washed up in the recent storms, we found two items of food packaging that dated back over 30 years!…