Surfers called for UK weekend beach cleans

February 27, 2010 | Environment

Porthtowan Beach: when humans do not respect places where they get free summer pleasures

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) are calling all beach lovers to join us to welcome in spring on the weekend of the 27th and 28th of February at our beach cleans being held at beaches all over the UK.

Sadly we are all far too familiar with how the litter piles up over the long, stormy, tourist free winter months but together we can make a real and noticeable difference.

You and your friends can also help halt the tide-line of trash by calling on Gordon Brown to protect our coastline by implementing a National Marine Litter Strategy. Join SAS’s online petition now.

SAS spring cleans will be held at the following beaches:

Porthtowan Beach, Cornwall. On the 27th of February from 10.30am
Newgale Beach, Pembrokeshire. On the 28th February from 1pm
Grange Chine beach, Isle of Wight. On the 27th of February from 2pm
Belhaven beach, Edinburgh. On the 27th of February from 3.30pm
Shoreham beach, Hotpipes break, Brighton. On the 28th February from 11am
Saltburn-by-the Sea, Cleveland. On the 28th February from 12pm
Scarborough, South bay (meet at Fluid Concept surf shop at 12pm) and Cayton Bay (meet at Cayton bay surf shop at 2pm) on Sunday the 28th of February

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