Council and coffee shop get together to encourage beach litter collections

Encouraging people to take part in a new initiative to encourage litter picking at Benone Strand are Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Environmental Resources Officer John McCarron and Dan Lavery of Sea Shed Coffee and Surf

A NEW initiative has been launched to encourage litter collections at Benone Beach on the north coast.

In partnership with the Sea Shed Coffee and Surf, anyone who carries out a litter pick will be rewarded with a free hot or cold drink.

Litter pickers and bags will be available from the Sea Shed coffee shop, which is located at the entrance to the beach.

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council hope their collaboration with the coffee shop will encourage more people to not only enjoy the beach, but protect it from litter pollution.

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