sea palling beach clean

Michelle Duddy

All of our events are arranged in line with national and local government Covid guidance. Please ensure that you know and understand the current rules.

  • Beach stretch:

    Sea Palling

  • Date and time:

    23 Jan 2022, noon to 2 p.m.

  • Meeting point:

    meeting at the ramp next to Reefs bar NR120UH

  • Capacity:

    30 volunteers - 23 spaces left

  • School friendly?


A map showing the Sea Palling beach stretch plotted on it

head down beach road to the bottom . Pay and display car parking along clink lane. Facilities and toilets available on the seafront . head two way either towards Waxham or along main beach. Dogs welcome on leads and children welcome with an adult and remain the responsibility of the adult. equipment will be available but if you have your own gloves and pickers ect please bring them if you want to. Weather appropriate clothing is advised , it will be cold and possibly wet so waterproofs may also be advisable . Closed toed shoes are advised to avoid damage from glass and sharp objects . 

Things to look out for Dog faeces, needles (if found please let organiser know and a sharps box will be available) sharp bits of metal , glass, steep climbing may be needed as we often climb along the dunes, be aware of loose dunes and sheltered drops in the dunes if you decide to go this way. Tractors and life boat training, lobster pots and fishing gear, heavy objects , chemical tubs (if found and not empty must be left and coastguard informed) slippery slopes and rocks,

We do the cleans rain or shine so be prepared for cold wet weather , bring a drink. Rubbish can be left at the bins next to the ramp and will be weighed at the end to show what we find, optional survey will be available too, short safety talk will be given at the start. There may be seals on the beach, please leave them be and do not go near them , they do bite and abandon young if disturbed. If we don`t find much its a good thing, enjoy the beach meet likeminded people and give back to something you love sign up here or go to 

Thank you

Also worth knowing…

What to bring: We’d recommend you pack a rucksack with a few essentials like sunscreen, waterproofs, hand sanitiser, and perhaps some snacks and a drink (in a reusable bottle, of course).

What to wear: If you're picking up litter with your hands it's worth wearing a strong pair of gloves - like gardening gloves - just to make sure you're protected. Sturdy shoes are a must for protection too.

Under 16s: To comply with our insurance, volunteers under 16 will need to be accompanied by an adult who will be asked to sign a parental / guardian consent form on the day by the beach clean organiser.