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Upcoming Events

Annual Trash Art Workshop

KBB & BSoA bring you the 7th Annual Trash Art Show to raise awareness about the marine debris crisis. This year’s show is called “Plastics Gone Wild”. Artists, photographers, crafters, and us ordinary folk are are represented in the Show.
Show runs from July 28 – August 29 at Bermuda Society of Arts, City Hall, Top Floor.

Summer Clean Ups

KBB did not organize monthly clean-ups for July or August, however please feel free to do a clean-up on your own at your favourite beach or while on your early morning stroll along Bermuda’s roadsides or Railway Trail. We need your help to keep Bermuda looking her best. Pick up litter when you see it. Make sure litter, particularly plastic, doesn’t “go wild” and end up in the ocean.

in support of Keep Bermuda Beautiful

Calling all divers, swimmers, snorkelers, walkers, beach-combers, individuals and groups.
Choose a coastal or water location that needs a cleanup, or ask KBB to assist you in choosing a location
Gather a team from your organization, neighbourhood, family & friends
Register your team with KBB by calling 295-5142 or email
Become a ‘citizen scientist’ for the morning and help collect data as part of a global initiative

Clean Up Date: September 16, 2017

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October Clean Up


Clean Up Date: October 21, 2017

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November Clean Up


Clean Up Date: November 18, 2017

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December Clean Up

Annual “Happy Holidays – Healthy Beaches” Clean Up

Clean Up Date: December 26, 2017

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More than 530 people took part in the EY Coastal Cleanup on September 17th. 2016 at 31 different locations collecting about 10,000 lbs of trash from the island’s beaches.

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Keep Bermuda Beautiful and keep America's Cup Village clean!

See all about our CleanUp4TheCup campaign on ZBM News 9

Saltus Grammar School celebrated Earth Day this year with a beach clean up at John Smith’s Bay, collecting the equivalent of 33 bags of regular trash, 18 bags of recyclables plus a few bulky items found on the beach.
Read the Bernews article.

Anne Hyde talks to ZBM News about recycling in Bermuda.

In December at the Special General Meeting of KBB, the membership adopted a new Constitution & Bye-Laws for Keep Bermuda Beautiful. The new governance document includes a Dissolution Clause and meets the requirements of the Charities Act 2014. Download your copy here.

KBB Membership - It's time to renew

The membership year has begun and it's time to renew your membership. Not a member? Join us....and help support our programmes. It's easy to join and affordable as a KBB Patron, Family, or as an individual member.

To pay online or pay by check, go to our "JOIN" page and complete a membership form.

Thank you to all those who provide help to Keep Bermuda Beautiful through annual membership.

Garden Club Of Bermuda Donates $10K To KBB

Keep Bermuda Beautiful has received a $10,000 donation from The Garden Club of Bermuda to go toward KBB's 2015 fundraising drive. The presentation took place at the Garden Club's January General Meeting where the Club President, Susan Conyers said, "We are delighted to be able to support this very worthwhile organization."
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KBB President's Award 2014 - Margaret Fergusson

The KBB President's Award is a perpetual plaque award given each year to an organization or individual who deserves special recognition for work to help keep Bermuda beautiful and also promote environmental education. This year the award goes to recognize Margaret Fergusson for her School Garden initiative at Government House. Mrs. Fergusson's idea is to get students involved in an environmental project who might otherwise be considered at high risk for exposure to gangs. Choosing the three closest schools -- West Pembroke, Northlands and Victor Scott Primary Schools - students have been busy growing Kitchen Gardens at Government House. Under the direction of Mrs. Fergusson and volunteers from The Garden Club, these young people are gaining skills and knowledge that they may not otherwise get. We applaud Mrs. Fergusson for providing this wonderful opportunity to Bermuda's school children.
Video by Adrian Lathan.

Community Service Credit

Students can get involved with a selection of projects. Please click here to see a list of ways to get involved with KBB for community service credit.

Has KBB been to your school yet?

Our programmes are designed to engage, educate and to instil an understanding and respect for our environment

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KBB's Current Programmes & Projects

This edition describes all of KBB's school education programmes and community improvements programmes.

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