From 2010 to 2015 we spent £110 million to help create some of the best beaches and cleanest bathing water in Europe. Here's how you can get involved and do your bit to help keep your coast beautiful.
Bin your litter
Please help keep Yorkshire's beaches tidy by binning your litter or taking your rubbish home with you. We want the coast to be a place for everyone to enjoy so please do your bit and use the facilities provided. If you use the public toilets on the coast, please use the bins provided and avoid flushing nappies, sanitary products and wipes.
Don't feed seabirds
Feeding seagulls encourages them into public places where they can cause a nuisance. Seagull poo can get into the sea and affect the bathing water quality. Please put all food waste into the bins provided and avoid feeding seabirds to help keep your coast beautiful.
Recycle your plastics
Please help to protect your coastline by recycling your plastics. Up to 12 million tonnes of plastic waste is dumped into the world's oceans every year. By the year 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans. You can help by avoiding single use plastics as much as possible and recycling them when you have used them.