GREAT BRITISH BEACH CLEAN: Beach clean in  Falkirk!

GREAT BRITISH BEACH CLEAN: Beach clean in Falkirk!

Posted on behalf of Marine Conservation Society
Blackness - Beachwatch event 21 Sep 2019

Part of the annual Great British Beach Clean

Get involved To join us on this beach clean, please first register as a volunteer. You will then be able to sign up to this event on this page to let us know that you will be coming.

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Date & time:

Saturday, 21 September 2019 - 10:00am - 12:00pm

Meeting location:

On grass area above the beach, over the hill to the right as you head towards Blackness Castle.

Additional information:

There is a gate with steps(which can be slippery when wet) to the right of the Castle entrance which leads over to the beach.

Please wear appropriate protective clothing and footwear(stout shoes or wellies)

Litter pickers and gloves are provided but if you have your own please bring.

Parents/guardian with children under 16 will have to fill in a Consent Form before starting event and are responsible for them at all times.

If you have any further queries please contact me at

Looking forward to meeting you.



21 Sep 2019 at 10:00am
until 21 Sep 2019 at 12:00pm

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