Clean Coast Outer Hebrides

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Clean Coast Outer Hebrides was set up in 2018, by a group of people concerned about the growing issue of plastic waste, and it’s effect on the environment and more specifically the coasts of the Outer Hebrides.

Clean Coast Outer Hebrides immediate goals are to support and organise Beach Cleans around the Outer Hebrides with Schools and community organisations and to work towards achieving Surfers Against Sewage, Plastic Free Community status.

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Clean Coast Outer Hebrides was set up in 2018, by a group of people concerned about the growing issue of plastic waste, and it’s effect on the environment and more specifically the coasts of the Outer Hebrides.

Their immediate goals are to support and organise Beach Cleans around the Outer Hebrides with Schools and community organisations and to work towards achieving Surfers Against Sewage, Plastic Free Community status.

Clean Coast Outer Hebrides has developed resources for School Groups to support their curriculum.  They have also helped local community groups, such as the Guides, Scouts, and Cadets to organise their own beach cleans.

Longer term goals are to involve the community and raise awareness of a range of marine issues and to work together with community organisations and others to protect the marine environment.

Clean Coast Outer Hebrides encourage members to join them, to help to tackle plastic pollution in the Outer Hebrides and to protect the vital marine environment.

Clean Coast Outer Hebrides, is aiming to be a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Members are encouraged to join and help to tackle plastic pollution in the Outer Hebrides.

Immediate goals are to support and organise Beach Cleans around the Outer Hebrides with Schools and community organisations and to work towards achieving Surfers Against Sewage, Plastic Free Community status.

Longer term goals are to involve the community and raise awareness of a range of marine issues, especially to educate and involve younger members of the community, and to work together with community organisations and others to protect the marine environment.