Clean Jurassic Coast is excited to be one of the guests of honour at Portland Week later this month!
All that fundraising led here – a boat. The boat was bought with the money raised from the #swimjurassic challenge last summer. Now we have this engine we can really hit the hard to reach places and clean up.
Clean Jurassic Coast are joining the Great Dorset Beach Clean with Litter Free Coast and Sea! On Saturday the 22nd and Sunday the 23rd of May, we will be tidying up beaches across Dorset – come and join us!
Our reusable rCups are now available at Passiflora in Seaton! Treat yourself to a stylish cup, or gift it to a friend, and help support a local business and keep beaches clear of litter!
Derek Billings, a Lulworth ranger, has dared to do the unimanageable – attempt to run the entire Jurassic Coast (100 miles with all the twists and turns) in one push. Not only that, he plans to do this in 24 hours!
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From t-shirts made from recycled plastic bottles to eco tote bags to travel mugs made from recycled coffee cups, we will soon have a line of various products to help promote a more sustainable and environmentally lifestyle.
Oly Rush, one of the Clean Jurassic Coast team, swims the entire 96 miles of the Jurassic Coast.
7 Jurassic Coast beaches in 7 days! CJC Champions Rhea and Dave challenge themselves to a week of beach cleans to raise money to aid Clean Jurassic Coast efforts.
It’s the season for a good challenge and there are some very kind-hearted souls out there who have challenged themselves to raise money to help Clean Jurassic Coast and other worthy causes.