We are walking and cleaning up the coast of the UK, please support our charities - Mind for better mental health and the Northern Inuits Society. We are walking and delivering talks as #LitterHero Ambassadors and to raise awareness for Eco-Schools UK.
Find out more about our journey and how you can get involved or support our cause:
We started our journey on the 1st February 2016, setting off from the Lancashire coast with the aim of walking the whole UK coastline. Whilst walking we pick up litter. We believe that our communities will benefit greatly if we pull together to create a clean and safe environment from the ground upwards.
On the 1st of February 2016 me and my canine companion, Koda, set off from Knott End on the Lancashire coast to walk and litter pick the whole UK coastline. I am creating awareness of the litter problem on land and sea, encouraging people to be mindful of their environmental and social issues affecting local communities. We believe that our communities will benefit greatly if we pull together to create a clean and safe environment from the ground upwards.
Find out more about my campaign below.
My father bought Koda only 10 days before he died and I really struggled for the first couple of months. Koda was only 7 months old, confused & very hard work. I reached out to the Inuit Society on the internet as well as finding the original breeder & Koda’s dog family - they were brilliant and gave a lot of support, training & opened us up to a network of lovely caring dog owners. I wouldn’t have been able to manage if it wasn’t for the people linked to the society and we want to say a huge thank you to them!
Koda is raising money to help the society find lovely homes for the Northern Inuits.
Find out more about Koda’s campaign below.
Anyone can join us on our journey to hear about my experiences, offer a bed for the night or a hot drink and a butty!!
You will usually find me keeping myself entertained by cleaning up, by litter picking along the way so I encourage people to join me and help clean up their local areas.
To find out where I am, message me on my Facebook Page!
Eco-Schools is a global programme engaging 19.5 million children across 67 countries, making it the largest educational programme on the planet.
For nearly 25 years Eco-Schools has been empowering children to drive change and improve their environmental awareness through the simple Seven-Step framework in order to achieve the international Eco-Schools Green Flag award.
Eco-Schools develops pupils’ skills, raises environmental awareness, improves the school environment and creates financial savings for schools as well as a whole host of other benefits.
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I am creating awareness of the litter problem on land and sea, encouraging people to be mindful of their environmental and social issues affecting local communities. My aim is to raise awareness for mental health and to change peoples attitudes, reactions and responses to those people who fall vulnerable in their communities.
A big thank you to all those who support me & Koda & the charity MIND.
Koda is a Northern Inuit dog & he is raising money & awareness for the Northern Inuit society. A small society made up of a few volunteers who rescue & rehome this type of dog.
We hope that raising a thousand pounds can be the start of a money bank for the society - whose support has been extremely valuable to myself and many other dog owners!