Polhawn Beach – date?
A few weeks ago now (sorry for the delay) Rame Peninsula Beach Carers hosted a great beach clean at Polhawn Beach.
From the 11 bags filled, just one sorted resulted in 2835 plastic pieces!!!
Collected in 1.5 hours!
698 Undefined hard plastic pieces
579 plastic bottle pieces
455 clothes pieces
310 soft plastic
284 fishing gear pieces
With hundreds more!!
Putsbourgh Beach – 27/09/2019
1950 pieces, Putsborough.
After a 10min clean up, all this was collected and a perfect wall design was found.
It only takes a few minutes to make a change. Including:
-165 food and drink plastics.
-184 plastic bags.
-535 undefined hard plastics.
-603 fishing equipment pieces
Make sure you share any work you do with us, we want to know!
Croyde Bay – 02/09/2019
Heard of Croyde Beach, North Devon?
– One of Devon’s most famous beach’s, for its sand, views and great surf.
Unfortunately thousands of plastics can be found here too, washed up and left in the dunes…
2639 pieces were found in under an hour, by just 4 people (thank you Hettie, Silas and Leon @leon_wezi_davies)
We are talking all sorts of small plastic too, the worst being:
882 Pieces of hard plastic
184 Plastic bags
135 Polystyrene pieces
44 Sweet and Crisp packets
43 Cigarette butts
The break down of other pieces can be found on our website.
#croydebeachclean #earlysummer #makingadifferencetogether #everdaychanges #goingtheextramile #balloons #seaoptimism #summerbeach #surfsup #plastictide #plasticchange #cleanseas @ Croyde Bay, North Devon
West Sandwick – 04/08/2019
Got 20 mins?
Thats all you need to make a small impact.
Thank you to Silas Welsh for picking up marine litter from West Sandwich Beach, Shetlands.
80 pieces in all!
The work that Shetland Amenity Trust do to organise an annual Islands wide beach clean is just great; and very much appreciated!!
Anyone know what the purple substance is?
Whitsand Bay Fort – 28/07/2019
Nice to see a relatively clean beach, especially on such a beautiful day.
Surf Bay Holiday Park – 07/07/2019
Many thanks to Surf Bay Holiday Park for their great efforts in cleaning up this disaster, thank you ☺️💙
Where is this from, Surf Bay Holiday Park?
It’s huge amounts of tiny polystyrene, mixed with washing machine fluff, just on your doorstep. We can’t accept this to happen in a coastal town!
If it’s not yours where is it from?