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Catherine Munro Nov 23
Gales from the west always fill one of Shetland's most beautiful beaches with bruck. These bags may look so inadequate considering the mess that remains, but I will come back, with more bags, as will so many more people who love this place
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Philippa Klaschka Jul 31
I missed this week... i know there were some big issues to discuss so my is only a microscopic step... but every little helps...
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John Russell Feb 2
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Chris Attwell ๐Ÿ”ถ๏ธ Jun 30
Had some time this morning, so did a solo beach clean at - so many bottle tops!
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Rubbish Walks CIC Nov 21
Lovely sunrise walk and with Deb this morning at Bawdsey. Didnโ€™t see the sun as too cloudy but had a lovely breakfast on the beach. Overnight oats and peppermint tea. Not too much litter to pick up either which is a bonus. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒ
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Fernando Montano Sep 27
Is always very incredible what you can find at a beach clean
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Dobbie512 Nov 18
Great job and back breaking work. Thank you so much.
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Jo Morten Jun 25
Finding plastic bottles all over an Icelandic beach in the middle of nowhere is super sad. But after 10 mins and a make shift bag from a coat we left it cleaner than when we arrived
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MorecambeBayP'ship Oct 20
Please vote to stop plastic. The only UK marine finalist in an international competition. Please vote to keep our beaches beautiful Takes seconds, win for UK's beaches
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Rubbish Walks CIC Nov 18
Wow! So lucky to live close to this place. ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒ
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Louise Thompson  BA Nov 21
Ink drawings and monoprints inspired by todayโ€™s walk
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Walk_Forth Sep 17
This is such a brilliant idea on the @fifecoastalpath from Be so good to see these elsewhere along our coasts. Finding places to dispose of collected beach litter was a big issue for me in some areas.
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CleanTheThames Jun 5
Hundreds of bits of plastic from the last in . Tons of polystyrene packaging balls, and lots of commercial identifiable wrappers for junk food. Letโ€™s play a game. Find something you recognise and tag a producer.
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McrMuseumShop Nov 21
We love these super stylish placements and coasters from range. Made with colourful EVA plastic sourced from our oceans and sustainably sourced cork. Tel 0161 275 6256 Mon-Fri 10am-2pm ๐Ÿฆ‹
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Woodhill Park Nov 21
Wondering what to do when out for your exercise? Make a difference to the environment and help the welfare of wildlife, take a walk on the beach and do a mini . All you need is a carrier bag or two, some rubber gloves, sanitiser and you are ready to litter pick!
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Rachael Ross Nov 18
Pleased to have been able to take part this year, proud mummy seeing my daughter in this, she's the reason I got involved with the Marine Conservation Society in the first place.
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Mhairi McCann Nov 21
Replying to @MhairiMcCann_
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Transition UStA Nov 24
Another big success at Step Rock Beach (the aquarium) by and ! * 14 people attended * 27kgs of beach litter collected Join us again this weekend at... East Sands (11.00-12.00) or the Aquarium (13.00-14.00) Get in touch x
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Caroline Berry Nov 20
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elgrandejuan May 15
and I did a beach clean in Margate this afternoon and filled two big bags of plastic in 30mins. your bottles are everywhere, polluting our beaches and seas
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