Start your own campaign
Our #MyBeachYourBeach resources are available for download.
To find out more about deploying the campaign in your area please get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com
Social media cards
Our social media cards are designed to be shared on Facebook and Twitter. Click on the images below for options to download.
We also have social media cards featuring our #DoggyAmbassadors of the My Beach, Your Beach campaign.
Remember to 'Bag it and Bin it'.
We know that increasing bin visibility increases bin use.
Use these campaign posters to encourage responsible behaviours on the beach.
Protect the Sand and Sea (A4 poster)
Put your litter in the bin (A4 poster)
Browse our campaign leaflets or contact us to request hard copies.
Activities and learning
If you're keen to take action for your beach, here's some suggestions and support:
Carry out a litter pick
Whether you're a beach local or a visitor, you can play a small part to help keep the sand and sea clean for everyone to enjoy. Join in a group litter pick, or do your own.
Head over to Clean Up Scotland for guidance and to get started.
Do a litter count
Another way you can help the campaign this year is by helping to track the amounts and types of litter on the beach and helping build both a local and a national understanding of the issue. This is vital for monitoring and for local campaigning.
Become a 'My Beach, Your Beach' business
Contribute to bathing water quality improvements at your local beach and help keep the sand and sea clean for everyone to enjoy!
Diving in: understanding bathing water quality
As part of the 2021 Year of Coasts and Waters we created a classroom resource for S1-6 pupils to help them learn about bathing water quality in their area and reflect on why their local beach is worth protecting.
Looking to expand you understanding of all things 'bathing water'? You can find some more resource below.
Cool Seas Explorers
Become a Cool Seas Explorer with the Marine Conservation Society, and learn more about our UK seas with these resources, activities and games.
Keep the cycle going
What does water use at home have to do with your beach? Track the water cycle from raindrop to ocean and find out how the water you use at home is cleaned before it ends up back in the sea.