The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. It stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about 96 miles, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in mid-December 2001.
The Unesco world heritage site, was flooded with crowds of people in the last days
Current rules say that the households can run every route in England to destinations such as parks and beaches.Volunteers with Clean Jurassic Coast were to collect waste from beach-goers
Volunteer Anna Taylor said: "I was picking things Pick Up , I should really.
"I had thrown the litter for me, I had dumped bags of garbage to deal with in the vicinity of me.
"I've had people yell at me when I asked you nice, take your waste with you. "
On the Saturday after tombstoning from the limestone arch at Durdle Door beach.
Ms Culkin said, The Trust received hundreds of complaints over the "appalling" amounts of garbage on the beaches, as well as human waste, sanitary items and disposable Grills on the sidewalks in dry, hot conditions.
"It was clear to see that some had all but forgotten, the guidelines for social distancing or the well-being for themselves and others, or the respect for the Natural Environment , of which they were to visit," She Said .
"The witness is disregarded, with the Durdle Door , our beaches and the coastal paths have been treated is shocking. "
Ms Culkin said that The Trust supports, to check Dorset Council, unlimited travel guidelines.
A government spokesman said: "Over The Course of the pandemic, people across the country have made great sacrifices, and thanks to the efforts of The Public , the government meets the five tests and we can begin slowly in the direction of The Next phase of the suspension.
"But we all have to contribute our part, by staying, warning, and to follow training for social distancing policies.Jurassic Coast on the weekend of Sunny weather