What We Do
Strandliners’ volunteer activities range along the coast from the River Cuckmere in the west to Dungeness in the east; from Pett Level and Camber Sands on Rye Bay, up the River Rother to Brede and beyond.
We survey for plastic pollution through identification, and record the data for organisations including the Marine Conservation Society, Break Free From Plastic, Surfers Against Sewage and FIDRA. All the time we identify and record plastic in the environment we become more aware of this pervasive issue. Read more.
Why We Do It
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. Beach cleans are great for awareness, though they are only a stop-gap.
There can be many sources of the rubbish we see on our beaches and along the river banks, litter dropped on the beach and inland, lost fishing equipment, poorly managed waste systems, sewage related debris down toilets and more.
You can support Strandliners as part of the new Rother Lottery. Tickets cost £1 and you can win up to £25,000. Click here to find out more and to play.
Do you need someone to give a talk, give training or lead a beach survey? Do you need someone to deliver a team-building day? Strandliners may be able to help. Just send an email outlining your requirements.
An informal opportunity to catch up with the Strandliners team and discuss everything to do with plastic pollution, environment, mismanaged waste, recycling, solutions etc. You can find the Zoom link in the news sheet.
Andy Dinsdale, founder of Strandliners, has received a Platinum Champions award from the Royal Voluntary Service, for his outstanding commitment to volunteering and service to the community. Read more.
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Development which has no regard for whom or what it harms is not development. It is the opposite of progress, damaging the Earth’s capacity to support us and the rest of its living systems.George Monbiot