FREE Ren seaweed body wash if you 'kelp' to keep beaches clean - EXPIRED
We've already let you know about a free £10 Deliveroo discount when you beach clean, and other environmental MoneySaving including reusable cup discounts, make-up and skincare freebies for recycling and how to get £5 off at H&M by recycling towels.
Now it's time to kelp out again, for a free Ren kelp (it's a type of seaweed) and magnesium body wash, which is normally £20ish for 300ml.
Ren has partnered with Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) to visit the following beaches over the next three weeks:
- Exmouth beach - Sat 23 Jun NOW FINISHED
- Bournemouth beach - Sun 24 Jun NOW FINISHED
- Newcastle, Whitley Bay - Sat 30 Jun NOW FINISHED
- Liverpool - Sun 1 Jul NOW FINISHED
- Edinburgh - Sat 7 Jul NOW FINISHED
Ren staff and SAS members will be at the locations from 2pm to help collate and collect all the beach litter you bring to be recycled properly.
Why is Ren doing this?
It's aiming to become 'zero waste by 2021' and it pledges to reduce, reuse and recycle its packaging to this end as well as partnering with organisations like SAS for activities like beach cleaning.
Can I get discounts anywhere else by beach cleaning?
If you can't get to the beaches above or you'd like to beach clean anyway, we've spotted the following incentives for beach cleaners, which you may be able to get, subject to availability.
- The Point Bar & Grill, Exmouth - Pick up a yellow bucket from the bar, fill it with litter from the beach and bring it back for staff to recycle to get a free hot drink.
- The Stable, Newquay - Pick up a yellow bucket, fill it with litter from the beach and bring it back for staff to recycle to get a free hot drink (preferably in your own reusable cup).
- D&G Café Deli, Westward Ho! - Ask for a yellow bucket and a picker, and get down to the beach to get a free coffee.
- The Noisy Lobster, Bournemouth - Collect and bring in a bag of rubbish to get a free hot drink.
- Cantina Kitchen & Bar, Paignton - Sometimes you can get vouchers for a free hot drink from Cantina for participating in organised beach cleans.
How do I find local beach cleans?
If you can't get down to any of the above beaches, but still want to do a beach clean in your local area, the following websites have more information.
- SAS (Surfers Against Sewage) - Charity that encourages people to volunteer to organise their own beach cleans, but sometimes lists local events.
- 2 Minute Beach Clean - Non-profit organisation with an app that allows you to upload photos of the rubbish you collect, or you can use social media with the hashtag #2minutebeachclean to find local beach cleaning spots.
Will you be visiting the beach at the weekend and taking part? Do you beach clean anyway? Let us know in the comments below, or on Twitter, or Facebook.