Our aim is to make the UK a cleaner, greener place for everyone to enjoy. That’s why we’ve created our biggest ever beach clean campaign: the Million Mile Clean. We’re mobilising 100,000 people each year to get out there and protect the areas they love.

Beach, street, river or mountain, the Million Mile Clean is open to everyone, no matter where you live. Whether you’re an individual beach cleaner, a group of friends, a team of colleagues, a school or community group, every piece of rubbish you collect brings us one step closer to stopping plastic pollution.

Our campaign reconnects communities with the environment and makes it as easy as possible to do and feel good. Beach cleaning boosts your mental health and wellbeing and provides a great opportunity to meet likeminded people. Plus, we send out a free beach clean kit to everyone who registers.


You can clean any location, any time, just remember to track your distance, submit your results and use the hashtag #MillionMileClean when posting on social media. You can either run a clean and get your whole community involved, join a clean in your local area, or do a #MiniBeachClean in your own time. All of your cleaning action counts towards our goal.

Quick Tip: If you want to know exactly how far you walk on your clean, you can join our group on Strava. Just download the app for free and join our group to track your miles.

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