Wales

South Wales, the Gower Peninsula, West and North Wales

What's happening in Wales:

Thousands of local people like you are coming together in 2017 to clean your beautiful beaches, raise money, and fight the blight of plastic pollution.

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Local Beach Cleans

Get down to your nearest or favourite beach and join the front-line in the fight against plastic pollution.

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SAS Beach cleans so far in 2017

3,303

of you so far this year have volunteered your time at a local beach clean

5,190kg

of plastic pollution removed from your beaches so far in 2017

C'mon Wales
get stuck in!

Help make 2017 your best year yet and let's smash our targets...

Volunteers
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3303
Beach cleans
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There are no upcoming Beach Cleans.

Why not step forward and Organise your own? It's a lot easier than you might think.

  • Beach clean

    Freshwater West Beach Clean

    July 9, 2017
  • Beach clean

    Swansea Bay Beach Clean

    July 1, 2017
  • Beach clean

    Rest Bay Beach Clean

    June 25, 2017
  • Beach clean

    Aberystwyth Beach Clean

    June 10, 2017
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    Amroth Beach Clean

    April 16, 2017
  • Beach clean

    Tywyn Beach Clean

    April 16, 2017
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    Sully Beach Clean

    April 13, 2017
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    Bardsey Island Beach Clean

    April 9, 2017
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    Borth Beach Clean

    April 9, 2017
  • Beach clean

    Tywyn Beach Clean

    April 9, 2017
SAS Beach Clean

Organise your own SAS Beach Clean

Get stuck in and help us to protect the beaches you love in Wales. We've made organising your own SAS Beach Clean as easy and fun as possible.

Find out how

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Do your own #MiniBeachClean

If you can't come along to an upcoming Beach Clean then why not step up and organise your own.

Find out how

SAS Beach Clean Box

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Beach Clean Boxes in Wales

More about our Beach Clean Boxes

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If you'd like to support our work in Wales we'd love to talk to you.

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Protect what you love

the beach breaks at Aberavon

the windswept coast of Tenby

the swell catcher at Freshwater West

ice creams on the beach at Barry Island

If you love ...then help us protect it

Meet your Regional Reps

Dedicated local volunteers who are passionate about protecting your coastlines for everyone.

Ffion Matthews

Ffion Matthews

Cardiff
Laura Truelove

Laura Truelove

Aberystwyth
Lloyd Nelmes

Lloyd Nelmes

Pembrokeshire
Alan Cookson

Alan Cookson

Borth
Sian Sykes

Sian Sykes

Anglesey
Simon Williams

Simon Williams

Swansea/The Gower
Jordan Wright

Jordan Wright

Pembrokeshire
Jaz Strzelecki

Jaz Strzelecki

Pembrokeshire
Anna Strzelecki

Anna Strzelecki

Pembrokeshire
Elliot Dudley

Elliot Dudley

South Wales
Hannah Finch-Saunders

Hannah Finch-Saunders

North Wales
Paul Renfro

Paul Renfro

Pembrokeshire
Jetske Germing

Jetske Germing

Pembrokeshire
Steve Lyall

Steve Lyall

Conwy

In their words...
why we love Wales

Wales is home to a remarkable coastline that encompasses a vast number of internationally recognised beaches. The 870-mile Wales Coast Path is the only continuous coast path in the world to stretch an entire country. It’s a national asset and runs through two of the three national parks (Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire Coast) and three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (Anglesey, Llŷn and Gower).

On an anticlockwise tour around the coast you’ll be confronted by the delights of the Gower; a westward facing hub for surfers, Carmarthen Bay’s Special Area of Conservation, Pembrokeshire’s steep limestone cliffs, Llŷn’s perfect combination of sandy stretches and offshore stacks, and Wales’s largest island; Anglesey. It would be considered unlucky to not spot a porpoise, dolphin or seal on your way through mid Wales’s Cardigan Bay.

Despite 44 of Wales’s beaches receiving blue flag status in 2016, marine litter is inevitably still an issue that needs tackling hands on. Thanks to the People’s Postcode Lottery, our Welsh volunteers have blossomed to keep Wales’s beaches clean and spread the SAS message from Rhosneigr right down to Porthcawl. A Beach Clean Box is never too far away!