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ROGER WAS A FRIEND OF BEACH BUDDIES

BEACH Buddies was sorry to hear of the passing of Roger Watterson, former MHK and best known as a political commentator and host on Manx Radio. Roger had some very kind words for us, and he featured Beach Buddies a number of times on his “Sunday Opinion” programme. He also mentioned us many times when…

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CHAMBER INVITES BEACH BUDDIES

BEACH Buddies is honoured to be invited to take part in the ever popular Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce members Christmas lunch in December.   Guest speaker this year is Bill Dale, founder of Beach Buddies Isle of Man.   He will talk to members about the on-going projects Beach Buddies is undertaking, the…

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CALLING ALL MEN . . .

BEACH Buddies is joining forces with University College Isle of Man (UCIOM) and Dave Smyth to beat the record for the most men taking part in a yoga session in the Isle of Man – at the NSC on November 19th.   It will be a very relaxing and enjoyable event, even if you have…

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DONATION FROM RL360 STAFF

BEACH Buddies has had a very nice surprise with a letter and a donation from the staff of RL360. The staff chose Beach Buddies to receive their donation, which amounted to a very healthy £552, which we will use to continue our work not just cleaning beaches but also our extensive education programme in all…

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BEACH BUDDIES RUNS EVENT AT LABOUR CONFERENCE

THE beach cleaning event hosted by Beach Buddies in Brighton, only yards from the Labour Party Conference, in conjunction with the Chief Minister and the Isle of Man Government, made us realise that the achievements of the people of the Isle of Man are much better known than we realised. Numerous complete strangers knew all…

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IS INDIA THE NEXT TARGET FOR BEACH BUDDIES?

India’s Prime Minister, Narenda Modi, has been followed by the media as he picks up rubbish on a beach. Brilliant. By sheer coincidence, only this last few days Beach Buddies has been asked to start a beach cleaning organisation in Kerala (southern tip of India). India is the source of unbelievably massive amounts of rubbish…

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