Beach Buddies featured in UNESCO report

BEACH Buddies has been strongly featured in an international report issued by UNESCO. The report says the Isle of Man has set “a leading example” of how UNESCO designations work with local communities to make a difference collectively.   The report is described by UNESCO Director-General, Audrey Azoulay as “a blueprint for sustainability”.   The…

What the world says about Beach Buddies . . .

“I am pleased to hear how you have significantly raised awareness about the world’s marine environment. . . I send you good wishes for your continuing success in encouraging the introduction of similar programmes across the world.”  Queen Elizabeth II “Best wishes for your Beach Buddies’ work.”  Prince Charles “Through Beach Buddies you are pioneering…

300 million have heard about Beach Buddies

THE recent excellent article by National Geographic has added to a quite amazing year for Beach Buddies in terms of publicity around the world. It started with a major 2-page feature in The Guardian newspaper, (5.4 million online readers), a BBC news documentary which ended up on BBC World News (232 million viewers), further coverage…

Featured in National Geographic

The Isle of Man has received extensive worldwide publicity with a major feature by National Geographic which is now online. National Geographic has a global reach with 60,645,765 online unique users. The article was written by freelance reporter and photographer Kingsley Singleton who visited the Isle of Man for the first time last summer. The…

How to get involved . . .

BEACH Buddies hosts more than 200 events each year and everyone is welcome to join in at any time. We hold events with schools, companies, clubs, families – everyone! We are very happy to also host a private event for family and friends on a beach of your choice – or, if you prefer, a…