The Clean Seas Team are really pleased to receive support to our campaign from Sarah Owen, prospective labour candidate for MP, Hastings and Rye. Sarah signed up to the campaign back in the summer of 2013 at Hastings Pirates Day. she says: “I signed the petition back in summer on Pirate Day and back the work… Read more »
A large Winnie the Pooh teddy bear, a pair of jeans, a pink bicycle and a fax machine are the latest things to have been found blocking sewer’s in Scotland. What should be there – well just the 3 “P’s” – pee, paper and of course the organic pooh! Check out the article here: BBC News… Read more »
With it being Valentines Day today, we felt it would be a brilliant time to spread the love, not just with that special someone, but with something that we all have many fond memories of; the beach. The seaside is where many of us spent our childhoods, playing in the sand, eating ice cream and… Read more »
Have you seen this video? It shows a local artist making a chair out of rubbish collected off the shore at Hastings. The rubbish was collected using a local Hastings Fishing Boat. Chair made from rubbish – Hastings
The Clean Seas Please team are very happy to welcome the support of Hastings Pier Charity, another important feature of our town for residents and tourists alike. Simon Opie from the Hastings Pier Charity said: ‘Hastings Pier Charity strongly supports the Clean Seas Please campaign. Piers are designed to connect people with the sea and… Read more »
Amber Rudd is pleased to be backing the Clean Seas Campaign, she says: “ I am committed to supporting the Clean Seas Campaign and would urge all residents to join the campaign to improve our sea quality for locals and visitors to enjoy. This is very important to the tourism trade and well being of… Read more »
Have a look at this video created by Southern Water – it really shows why baby wipes/wet wipes cause problems in our sewers!