Although our monthly organised beach cleans had to be cancelled for most of 2020, we hope to offer more, socially distanced, beach cleans in 2021. Meanwhile, you can join our beach clean club and borrow equipment. Do your own beach cleans in your own time, in your own bubble. Stay Safe!
Download the application form. Equipment includes pickers, gloves, bags and hi-viz jackets. First come, First served!
You could also take part in Surfers Against Sewage #ReturnToOffender campaign by photographing branded plastic pollution on isolation walks & sharing on social media. Tag brands & urge them to reduce plastic use #ReturnToOffender #SurfersAgainstSewage, please also use #dawlishagainstplastic so that we can monitor items found in Dawlish, Visit Surfers Against Sewage for more info.
Normally we organise beach cleans in Dawlish on the First Saturday of each month. We meet under the railway viaduct.. We can supply gloves, litter picking equipment and Hi Viz vests, but please feel free to bring your own equipment or gloves.
Dates and times for the beach cleans in 2021 have yet to be confirmed. Watch out for further details on our Facebook page. We stay at the viaduct for an hour and half so that you can return the equipment to us when you've done your bit.
If you look at the bottom of the page you can view our log of the amount and type of rubbish we have collected.
Our chairman Vanessa Ryley with the new two minute beach clean board.
If you can't make it to a beach clean, you can use the equipment on the two minute board the next time you are down on the beach, subject to Covid restrictions.
A huge, rusty pile!
Just some of the rubbish collected
This was all picked up in a few minutes
Some of our wonderful volunteers
We keep a log of the amount and type of rubbish we collect on our beach cleans which you can view below: