The Marine Conservation Society have let us know of several local beach cleans coming up with our students eager to help!
The Great British Beach Clean runs from 20th - 23rd September 2019
The iconic annual Great British Beach Clean has been leading the way in tackling ocean pollution for 25 years, helping make some of the most significant impacts on beach litter ever - the plastic bag charge, banning microplastics in personal care products, better wet wipe labelling, and supporting a tax on single-use plastic items.
So far 319 tonnes of litter have been picked up at the Great British Beach Cleans.
Help to make 2019 the biggest clean-up ever!
Date & time: Friday, 20th September 2019 - 4.00pm - 6.00pm
Meeting location: End of Dog's Hill Rd, Winchelsea Beach, TN36 4LX, by toilets.
Additional information: There are two small car parks. If coming by bus there's a 10 min walk from the Winchelsea Beach Co-Op stop and the 101 Hastings/Rye bus. The beach is shingle with views across to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and Dungeness. We aim to do the 100m beach litter survey then clean up as much as we can get to. For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date & time: Saturday, 21st September 2019 - 11.00am - 11.30am
Meeting location: The Sales Office Camber Sands Holiday Park TN31 7RT
Additional information: Michele Holden will be organising this event. Her contact details are: email email@example.com. Her phone number is: 01797 222 000. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact.
Date & time: Sunday, 22nd September 2019 - 10.00am - 12.00pm
Meeting location: Up on the sea wall between the Smuggler Pub and the Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat, Pett Level Rd, TN35 4EH.
Additional information: There's parking along the side of the Pett Road. Toilets are a 5 minute walk. This beach is shingle but at low tide the remains of a submerged forest can be seen. Further along the coast fulmar nest and dinosaur footprints can be seen (at low tide). For more info please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.