Toolkit: Isle of Wight Day 2018
Now in it’s 3rd year, Isle of Wight Day will be held on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018. Isle of Wight Day is the Island’s very own “Red Nose Day”, when the whole community is encouraged to cover the Island in celebratory bunting and to enjoy the hundreds of events being held all over the Island.
This year’s event will see the UK’s longest ever coastline clean-up to rid the Island’s beautiful beaches of unwanted plastic waste that the seas have dumped there. This huge environmental operation will be the main focus for the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd.
Leading this initiative will be Nipper, a giant 7ft high crab mascot (with pincers to pick up plastic waste) who will be appearing at all the Island’s major events throughout the summer. Nipper will be helping to recruit the hundreds of volunteers needed for this major coastline clean-up. Isle of Wight Day will provide the clean-up volunteers with disposable rubbish bags, gloves, high viz vests and other equipment to help with the coastal clean-up. All plastic rubbish collected over the weekend will be safely disposed of in conjunction with the IOW Council.
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