Mega Beach Clean!

Mull Otter Group had a very exhausting day on Sunday 15th April.

We trekked to the area just before MacKinnon’s Cave on the west coast of the Isle of Mull and gathered up years of plastic debris that had been washed in from the sea.

We created a monstrous pile of rubbish which received a big thumbs down from two of our volunteers, Emily and Lottie.

Plastic Marine Litter

A big thumbs down for plastic. Photo by Darren Morley

 

The next task is for the rubbish to be taken away by boat with the help of Turus Mara.

Pile of rubbish at MacKinnon's Cave

The pile of rubbish at MacKinnon’s Cave. Photo by Darren Morley.

A big thank you to all of our volunteers and the unsuspecting hikers who were also roped in!

Find out more about Mull Adopt-a-Beach.   Consider joining us on a beach clean or adopting a stretch of Mull coast near you.

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