Leave Only Footprints – that is the message we will be spreading during our 10th year of collaboration with Barefoot Wine and the return of the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project.
84 beaches have already been visited and cleaned by this fantastic initiative over the years of partnership, mobilising and empowering over 6,200 inspired individuals to remove more than 13 tonnes of marine plastic pollution from their beaches.
Focusing on community spirit and fun, the competitive element provided by the giant ‘Scales of Gra-TOE-tude’ will be back for this year, with the team collecting the largest amount of plastic pollution being awarded a bottle of Barefoot Wine to toast their success!
Once again the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project will be visiting 6 locations across the UK for this year’s tour, so why not grab your friends and make a day of it? You can join us at;
- Longsands, Tynemouth, Saturday 20th May; 2pm – 4pm meeting on the beach – NE30 4HH
- Dunbar, East Lothian, Sunday 21st May; 2pm – 4pm meeting at the Eastern end of the beach – EH42 1LG
- Crosby, Liverpool, Saturday 24th June; 2pm – 4pm meeting on the beach by the leisure centre – L22 6QQ
- Rest Bay, Porthcawl, Sunday 24th June; 2pm – 4pm meeting on the beach – CF36 3UP
- Perranporth, Cornwall, Saturday 15th July; 2pm – 4pm meeting on the beach – TR6 0DR
- Hove Lawns, Brighton, Sunday 16th July; 2pm – 4pm meeting in front of The Meeting Place Cafe – BN3 2WN
Olga Senkina, Marketing Director EMEA at Barefoot Wine & Bubbly
At Barefoot Wine our mission is to make the world a better place through wine and the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project is a great example of how we do this. We are very proud to have worked with 6,200 volunteers to collect 13 tonnes of litter from UK beaches over the last nine years. We are delighted to again encourage communities to come and help us clean their local beaches and make the local area a better place for everyone to enjoy in the process. Of course, one of the day's highlights is raising a toast with a glass of Barefoot Wine to celebrate the hard work of all the volunteers - cheers to that!