Join the Strandliners champions


Andy Dinsdale, who leads the following events, is encouraging volunteers to join him and help to achieve a cleaner environment. He will provide the main equipment but asks that individuals wear sturdy footwear, waterproofs and wrap-up warm. He explains that the Strandliners project is to increase awareness of the environment through citizen science and community engagement.

Andy is a platinum champion and a Points of Light Award winner. For further details he would be happy to talk to anyone interested at the Love Our Rother fair on Saturday, February 18. It is a free event with many stands and activities. He would love to see some volunteers to actually help on the day.

Andy Dinsdale, founder of Strandliners

Upcoming events

Thursday, January 26:  10am to 12pm, Lewes – clean up and survey. Kingfishers are usually seen.

Saturday, January 28:  9:30am to 12:30pm, Fairlight – free winter walk for all Strandliners members.

Sunday, January 29: 10am – 2pm, Discovery Centre, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve – saltmarsh clean up and survey and preventing plastic pollution presentation.

Monday, February 6: 11:30am to 1pm Beckley. Walk along the Petty Knell stream, past the Southern Water waste treatment works, plus small clean up and survey.

Monday, February 6: 7:30pm to 9pm, Battle – Preventing plastic pollution presentation and discussion

Wednesday, February 8: 2pm, Rye, Saltmarsh south of Monk Bretton bridge, clean up – river Rother

Saturday, February 11: 10am, Rye (Scots Float and tennis club) clean up – river Rother

Tuesday, February 14: 10am, Rye (north point and golf club) clean up.

Saturday, February 18: 10am to 2pm, free environment event

For registration and more detailed information go to:

Image Credits: Andrew Dinsdale , Poppy Rampling .

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