Clean Seas Please Event held on 22 August 2014

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Large yellow fish made up of scales on the beach

A huge thank you to everyone who took time out of their bank holiday weekend to come and see us at the Clean Seas Please Event last Friday 22 August. It was lovely to see so many kids enjoying themselves making jelly fish kites, kites made of baby wipes and fish made out of paper… Read more »

Sea Monsters created by Radiator Arts – Arts Clubbers

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Flat fish style sea monster made from rubbish collected from Hastings Beach

Rubbish into Art!   Radiators Arts themed their summer arts project around Clean Seas Please this year.  The young people attending the Arts Clubbers group first collected rubbish from the beach and using this, along with some recycled rubbish produced the collection of fearsome sea creatures so can see below.    

Our Little Trip Down the Sewer!

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On Tuesday morning we all set off to the Southern Water Sewer Tour in Brighton. Starting from the entrance at the pier we all donned hard hats and rubber gloves then headed down into the depths of Brighton Sewer. Our tour guide Stewart told us about all the problems they have with the fats and… Read more »

The Smart Sponge Plus at Alexandra Park!

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On Wednesday 7th May, two members of the team visited Alexandra Park to see the installation of a new addition to the stream. Despite the weather forecasts predicting torrential rain all day, for once we were quite blessed with the weather with sunshine pouring down on us as we spent our day by the boating… Read more »

10/10/15

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Yesterday marked a very important date in the Clean Seas Please! campaign – it was exactly 18 months until the new EU directive on water bathing quality comes into force. What this means is that if, in the coming months, our sea water doesn’t improve then it may fall below the required standard – which… Read more »

Our Day at the Hastings Half Marathon!

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  So, it all started off with the sun shining on the day of the Hastings Half Marathon. However, this was all to change. Our journey started with us getting stuck in a little bit of traffic, but we still made it with plenty of time to spare before the marathon commenced.   It was… Read more »

From Beach Clean to Beach Cleaned!

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Why, I ask myself, do I find myself standing on a beach, on a cold, wet and windy Saturday morning in the middle of December.  Litter picker in one hand, rubbish sack in the other.  Surely a nice warm cup of tea, watching the TV from the comfort of my sofa, relaxing after a busy… Read more »

Spring into Action!

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We don’t want to jinx it, but it feels like spring is finally here. The sun is shining, the daffodils are out and the trees growing their fresh leaves, ready for another (hopefully) glorious summer. Spring is known as a time for cleaning up, the ‘spring clean’ has always been a regular feature in my… Read more »

Our Day at Priory Meadow

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It was lovely to be at priory meadow on a sunny day for our‪ #‎loveyourbeach‬ campaign! It was interesting to hear people’s opinions on what they loved about their beach; we had some interesting stories from the residents of Bexhill and Hastings about how they have spent all of their lives here, and that they, their… Read more »

Love Your Beach!

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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 »