Saturday 21st September
Fleetwood Town Community Trust will be working alongside Fleetwood Town Juniors to sweep part of Fleetwood’s coast line to help towards an important national environmental issue on our UK shores.
The Beach Watch Big Weekend is an environmental initiative that supports communities in caring for its shoreline. The weekend is in its 20th annual year, and last year almost 240 beaches were cleaned and over 3,500 people went to their local beach to make a big difference.
This afternoon will involve cleaning and looking after a 100 metre section of Fleetwood’s beach. Our findings will all go into a survey, and the final report will then be used on a national scale. On the afternoon we will also be joined by Captain Cod and Beach Ranger, Michael Tattersall who will help us on the day, educating the Juniors on the importance of what we are doing.
If you want to make the difference why not volunteer and join Fleetwood Town Community Trust and Fleetwood Town Juniors in this national environmental project. Please contact us on 01253 775080 ext. 2 if you are interested or want more information.
Details are as follows,
Date – Saturday 21st September
Proposed Times – 1-30pm-3.30pm
Meeting Point – Marine Hall Car Park