Forthcoming events

Lewes – Thursday 26th January – 10 am to 12 noon. PPP clean-up & survey. Kingfishers are usually seen! Register here

Fairlight – Saturday 28th January – 9.30 am to 12.30pm. Free winter walk for all Strandliners members. Treasure has been found here! Register here

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve – Sunday 29th January – 10 am to 2 pm. Saltmarsh clean-up & survey, Preventing Plastic Pollution presentation, discussion at the Discovery Centre. Register here

Beckley – Monday 6th February – 11.30am – 1pm. Walk along the Petty Knell stream past the Southern Water waste water treatment works, plus small clean-up & survey. Register here

Battle – Monday 6th February – 7.30 pm to 9 pm Preventing Plastic Pollution presentation & discussion. Register here

River Rother – Wednesday 8th February – 2pm Rye (Saltmarsh south of Monk Bretton bridge. PPP clean-up. Register here

River Rother – Saturday 11th February – 10am Rye (Scots Float & Tennis Club) PPP clean-up. Register here

River Rother – Tuesday 14th February – 10am Rye (North Point & Golf Club) PPP clean up. Register here

Love Our Rother – Saturday 18th February – 10 am to 2 pm. Free environmental event with many stands and activities. Volunteers needed to help on the day. See below for more info.

What we do and why

Pick, sort, identify, record

We survey for plastic pollution through identification, and record the data for larger organisations. If we want to stop plastic pollution, we need to know what it is and where it comes from. By creating a data-rich picture of environmental pollution, we can begin to put the steps in place to stop it. Read more.

Love Our Rother

Put the date in your diary!

Find out more about this exciting event here.

Preventing Plastic Pollution in the Rother

The River Rother at Rye

Do you live in the Rother catchment? Are you fed up with litter in the environment? If so, would you like to help in a new project: Preventing Plastic Pollution in the Rother? To find out more, click here.

What we can do for you

Rock pooling on a Wild Beach session

Do you need someone to present a talk? Do you need someone to lead a Wild Beach session? Strandliners may be able to help. Email for more information.

Rother Community Lottery

Rother Community Lottery

You can support Strandliners as part of the Rother Community Lottery. Tickets cost £1 and you can win up to £25,000. Click here to find out more and to play.

How to get involved

Galley Hill, Bexhill

If you would like to know more about us, sign up for our monthly news sheet. You are under no obligation, but why not come along to one of our friendly events and see what we do. Or join the Strandliners family by becoming a member.



Almost all systems of economic thought are premised on the idea of continued economic growth, which would be fine and dandy if we lived on an infinite planet, but there’s this small, niggling, inconvenient fact that the planet is, in fact, finite, and that, unlike economic theory, it is governed by physical and biological reality.

George Monbiot