BEACHGOERS will be able to bag a free £10 Deliveroo voucher if they pick up a bucket of rubbish at one of three UK beaches this week.
The food delivery company is launching its "Roocycling" initiative at Southend, Edinburgh and Blackpool beaches in a bid to get messy Brits to clean up.
The Deliveroo team will be handing out vouchers in Southend today, and then in Edinburgh and Blackpool on Saturday – so you'll need to be quick if you want to take advantage of the offer.
All you have to do is collect a bucket from the Deliveroo staff on site, fill it with rubbish and then exchange it for your voucher.
You can then use the voucher for any purchase via the Deliveroo app, and there is no minimum spend required.
Beaches across the UK have been left covered in beer cans, food wrappers, barbecues and even deckchairs as lazy litter louts fail to clear up after themselves.
Volunteers have been snapped combing the sand for trash after some towns were forced to declare a major incident.
Arabella Jenkins, spokesperson for Deliveroo, said: “While we’re delivering food to beaches, it’s also important to us that we do our part to keep them clean.
“It’s only right that we get out there and help.”
As Brits resign themselves to a summer at home, UK holidays are more popular than ever.
Yesterday it emerged that families are struggling to find vacancies at UK seaside resorts, with people being quoted thousands of pounds for a week in popular locations such as Devon and Cornwall.
Consumers have been warned to book 2021 UK holidays now as places are already full – and prices have risen by 50 per cent.
Panicked Brits are cancelling holidays to France, Greece and Italy due to fears of similar quarantine restrictions as in Spain.
Nearly 500,000 Brits face losing cash spent on Spain holidays due to a coronavirus travel ban.
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