Broughty Ferry, East Haven and Tentsmuir Point beaches are in line for a makeover next month.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is calling for people to help clean up their local beaches as part of the 25th Great British Beach Clean from September 14-17.
The society is running 41 beach cleans and surveys around Scotland, including in Tayside, Angus and north-east Fife.
Last year more than 1,500 volunteers cleaned up 100-plus beaches. However, so far this year only 436 volunteers have signed up. As well as cleaning up beaches the volunteers record the litter they find, which has helped the MCS to change policy and behaviours over the past 25 years.
The Great British Beach Clean is part of the MCS Beachwatch programme and takes place every third weekend in September.
Catherine Gemmell, MCS Scotland conservation officer, said: “Volunteers are the lifeblood of the event and have been since 1994.
“Last year an amazing 1,588 volunteers took part on Scottish beaches. We’d love to see even more people heading to the beaches this year and helping clean up at the events that have been organised so far. Each event only takes a couple of hours and, alongside the clean, 100 metres of beach are surveyed.”
To register to take part visit www.mcsuk.org/beachwatch/greatbritishbeachclean or speak to the team on 01989 566017.