If you’re looking for a team building or volunteering day for your company why not join our experts on the beach for a day of fun, doing something worthwhile for the environment?

At the Marine Conservation Society, we can offer you and your team a volunteering opportunity that can make a long-lasting impact.

By doing a beach clean and litter survey with your work colleagues, you’ll be taking part in the most influential fight against marine litter in the UK. Read more about why our litter survey is so important.

The day is centred around a beach clean and litter survey but we can also offer other team building activities such as seashore safaris, seaweed surveys (if the tides and locations allow), or perhaps a fascinating insight into how long litter takes to breakdown once in the ocean.

We're happy to tailor the day towards you and your team.

Get in touch to arrange your company beach clean.

A typical day

A typical day looks like this and usually lasts about 4 hours including a lunch break:

  • Meet and briefing
  • Beach clean and survey
  • Lunch
  • Extra activities
  • Wrap up
Boscombe Beach GBBC 2016 Volunteers Jack Holt

Your team day will start with a briefing with us

Credit: Jack Holt

What’s included in the day?

  • Beach events organised by our beach clean team
  • An expert to lead the day
  • All equipment for beach activities
  • Health and safety requirements – risk assessments, Covid-19 safety advice and public liability insurance
Beach clean at Ovingdean beach 2018 Jack Donovan.

We provide all of the equipment needed for your activities on the day

Credit: Jack Donovan

What's not included? 

  • Lunch
  • Getting to the beach

Costs are based on the numbers of people attending, with a minimum charge of £750. Charities and universities are priced separately. Please get in touch to discuss requirements and quotes by emailing

Company support

We work with a wide range of businesses all around the UK. If you want to find out more about how you can become a corporate partner, get more engaged with our work and reduce your impact on the marine environment please see our corporate partnership pages.

Beach clean at Ovingdean beach Jack Donovan

Credit: Jack Donovan