The 20-23rd September 2019 is a big weekend for Britain's beaches and shorelines.
Every year, the Marine Conservation Society has its Beachwatch, when thousands of volunteers head to the beaches of the UK to clean them, to pick up litter and look after our beaches.
Last year (2018), over 14,500 volunteers took part and this year again in 2019, thousands of people will be cleaning the beaches as well.
You can find out more about the beach clean here and find one close to you. Some 900 people are organisers (and they are always looking for more) who organise the beach cleans and then volunteers turn up and get picking up litter.
So if you can't make a beach clean but want to help and support, a great way to get involved is to become a member of the Marine Conservation Society.
Member benefits are:
Memberships start at £3.50 a month for individuals.
There's a junior membership scheme, too, for youngsters aged 7 to 12 years old, for £15 for a year.
An alternative gift is Adopt a Seahorse or Adopt a Turtle and help the society in that way. Find out more here.