Did you take part in last month’s Clean Coasts Week? Hopefully you managed to join in the fun, as we kicked off a year of initiatives to encourage the nation to improve the beaches and waters of Ireland’s coasts. See some highlights from the action-packed week in our slideshow below, which includes large-scale beach clean-ups and an open-air cinema screening of Jaws!
Find out 6 easy ways you can help keep Ireland’s coasts clean.
Get involved with Ireland’s largest initiative to keep our waterways coastlines clean. Join in with one of the fun Coca-Cola Clean Coasts events that are happening near you…
Marram Grass Planting Day
Where: Inchnadoney in Cork, Portmarnock in Dublin, Wexford and Cruit Island
When: Friday 6 May
What: Head down to the beach and have fun planting some coastal flora and fauna, all while you learn how to improve the sand dunes that protect our coasts
Unclean waters and coastlines affect the health and happiness of our wildlife. They also make coastal areas less beautiful for us to enjoy. We can all make some everyday choices that help keep our wonderful coasts clean. Here are 6 easy ways for you to get involved.
1. Take your litter home to recycle
The United Nation estimates that 8 million litter items enter the sea each day, affecting marine life and spoiling the beauty of our coastline. That’s
There are lots of ways that you can get involved with the Coca-Cola Clean Coasts. Join in a one-off clean-up or spread the word about protecting marine wildlife. You can even set up a Clean Coast Group to become a year-round ambassador.
Join in one of the many Clean Coasts Week events
The Coca-Cola Clean Coasts Week has loads of practical and enjoyable activities happening all over Ireland and Northern Ireland between 6-15 May.
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The Coca-Cola Clean Coast Week is a fun way to celebrate Ireland’s spectacular coasts and kick of a year of Clean Coasts’ initiatives. The week starts on Friday 6 May with lots of impactful and enjoyable ways for you to join in.
What is Coca-Cola Clean Coasts Week?
Volunteers across Ireland are coming together to organise and join practical clean-ups to improve the beaches and waters of Ireland’s coasts.
The Clean Coasts Week is just the start