Wellies on for beach clean-ups


Unfortunately I missed the Sunday February 26 outing at Pett Level which was organised by ‘The Plastic Tide’ which sounded really interesting. It is a project that aims to set up  computer programs, based on beach clean and survey data, to auto detect marine litter and plastics from images taken by drones. For more information go to www.theplastictide.com

Forthcoming clean-ups – Saturday March 4 at Pett Level, 10am – 12noon, Marine Conservation Society Beach watch (Meet up on sea wall between Smuggler pub and Pett Level Rescue Boat, Pett Level)

Sunday March 5, 10:30am, Marine Conservation Beach watch (Meet at the Rock a Nore road) If you have any further questions about this meeting please email: dinsdalewoodcot@virgin.net

Saturday March 25, 10am-1pm, Spring Beach Clean. Rye Harbour Nature Reserve (Meet at Lime Kiln Cottage on the reserve)

Wednesday April 5, 10am-12noon, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve monthly litter walk. Meet at Rye Harbour car park.

Friday April 7, Winchelsea Beach, 3:30pm-5:30pm. Surfers Against Sewage (Meet at toilets at end of Dog’s Hill Road, Winchelsea Beach)

If you would like to join any of the walks email: dinsdalewoodcot@virgin.net














Andy Dinsdale

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