Join one of our beach clean surveys and help keep Britain's beaches beautiful and our ocean safe for wildlife.
As well as cleaning up our coastline, Beachwatch volunteers note down all the items they find in a 100m stretch of beach. Every lolly stick, lost toy or piece of plastic - we record it. This data is hugely important as it helps us track litter back to source, and enables us to campaign for change.
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Find a beach clean
Every year thousands of people run beach cleans all over the UK. Take a look and find one near you.
Organise a beach clean
Organising a beach clean and survey is easy. Log on - or create a volunteer account - and then follow the simple steps.
Team beach cleans
Looking for a team building or volunteering day for your company? Our team beach cleans offer a fun-filled day doing something worthwhile for the environment.
Schools and groups
Beach cleaning empowers children to do their bit for nature. By learning how their actions impact on our oceans we hope the next generation will be inspired to take up the fight against marine litter.
Organise a beach clean for your volunteer day
Discover the step-by-step process of organising a beach clean for a rewarding volunteer day. Our comprehensive guide provides expert tips and practical advice to set up a successful event and maximise its impact.
Great British Beach Clean
Every September thousands of people across the UK head to the coast to take part in the Great British Beach Clean. This year's event is taking place between Friday 15th - Sunday 24th September 2023. Find out how you can get involved and how it helps.
Beach clean guides and resources
Here you'll find a useful library of guides and resources to help you join us in our vital work to restore the health of our oceans.
The importance of data
Our beach cleans are a little bit different - we not only clean, but survey the litter found at the beach too. The data you collect from these cleans makes real positive changes to our beaches and seas.
Beachwatch 2022: What you found
A massive thank you to everyone who took part in a beach clean and litter survey last year.