Beach Cleans

SEA LIFE Blackpool, in association with Love my Beach, the Marine Conservation Society, Blackpool Council, the Environment Agency, Keep Britain Tidy and United Utilities are joining forces to keep Blackpool's beach clean and we need your help!

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? 

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool, in association with Love my Beach, the Marine Conservation Society, Blackpool Council, the Environment Agency, Keep Britain Tidy and United Utilities are joining forces to keep Blackpool's beach clean and we need your help!

  

Unfortunately plastic and rubbish finds its way into out oceans and it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the sea.

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool conduct beach cleans every month and we need your help! Join in with us one Sunday morning (date below) and you will get yourself FREE entry into SEA LIFE Blackpool and you'll feel great too! 

Fun Fact

We want the best for the North West and are aiming high, but the issues we need to tackle can't be solved unless everyone does their bit.

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? 

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool, in association with Love my Beach, the Marine Conservation Society, Blackpool Council, the Environment Agency, Keep Britain Tidy and United Utilities are joining forces to keep Blackpool's beach clean and we need your help!

  

Unfortunately plastic and rubbish finds its way into out oceans and it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the sea.

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool conduct beach cleans every month and we need your help! Join in with us one Sunday morning (date below) and you will get yourself FREE entry into SEA LIFE Blackpool and you'll feel great too! 

Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? 

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool, in association with Love my Beach, the Marine Conservation Society, Blackpool Council, the Environment Agency, Keep Britain Tidy and United Utilities are joining forces to keep Blackpool's beach clean and we need your help!

  

Unfortunately plastic and rubbish finds its way into out oceans and it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the sea.

 

SEA LIFE Blackpool conduct beach cleans every month and we need your help! Join in with us one Sunday morning (date below) and you will get yourself FREE entry into SEA LIFE Blackpool and you'll feel great too! 

Fun Fact

We want the best for the North West and are aiming high, but the issues we need to tackle can't be solved unless everyone does their bit.

Fun Fact

We want the best for the North West and are aiming high, but the issues we need to tackle can't be solved unless everyone does their bit.

Beach Clean Dates

The dates for future 2016 beach cleans are:

Date

Day

Time

Where

15th May 

Sunday  10am RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

12th June

Sunday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

10th July

Sunday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

10th August

Wednesday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

17th September

Saturday

2pm

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

9th October

Sunday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

6th November

Sunday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

4th December

Sunday

10am

RNLI Lifeboat Station - Opposite SEA LIFE

For more information please keep your eye on the website or on our Facebook page nearer the time