POSTPONED – Hirepool Big Clean 2021 – Petone Beach Clean-Up | Sustainable Coastlines

Event postponed

Thanks for your interest in attending! As you’ll be aware, due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, no public events can take place, so this event has been postponed until further notice. If you’ve already registered, we’ll send you an email to update you once we have a new date or if we have to cancel the planting. We’ll also update our events page and social channels with new announcements.

 

We need nature and nature needs us, so we’re looking forward to seeing you at our next planting event and getting those seedlings into the ground!

Event details

Sat
06
Nov 2021

Remember to bring:

  • Closed-toed shoes
  • Sun-smart gear
  • Raincoats and appropriate clothing for the day on the coast
  • Reusable drink bottle, filled and ready to go
  • Camera!

We will provide: 

  • All relevant gear: gloves, sacks
  • Health and Safety documentation & briefing
  • First aid trained staff and first aid kits
  • Sunscreen
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Rubbish removal to transfer station.

We hope to see you on the 11th to help the community and our amazing partner Hirepool run a massive public clean-up of Petone beach and the surrounding coastline.

The timing of this event coincides with Clean up NZ week and Conservation week, so why not get involved!!

We will be working with local community groups to have the biggest possible impact on cleaning up the rubbish found in and around the beach.

Everything will be provided including health and safety documents, equipment and refreshments.

Timing 

  • 12:00pm – Sign in at McEwan Park, Petone and be assigned clean up locations
  • 12:30pm – Health and Safety Brief and handing out clean up equipment
  • 12:40pm – Clean-up commences
  • 14:30pm – Return all rubbish back to McEwan Park station and grab a snack and some refreshments
  • 15:00pm – Event ends

Huge thanks to Hirepool, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Enviroschools and all the schools involved in our education programme. Any questions – contact Dan at dan@sustainablecoastlines.org