Strandliners is thrilled to be able to continue the work of Rother Voluntary Action’s ‘Clean Seas Please’ project in Bexhill, providing a boost to its expanding activity and commitment to environmental protection. The Clean Seas Please website shows an archive of their work.
Our experience involving pollution monitoring and surveying along the coast will supplement the work of Clean Seas Please with Bexhill communities and businesses.
This new collaboration is an exciting opportunity to partner with other ecological and community groups, working together to discover and raise awareness about Rother district’s amazing coastal environment.
We are arranging “meet the team” events on Bexhill beaches in the next few weeks. These events are for everyone to visit and discover more.
Glyne Gap beach, by the bridge, on Saturday 21st August, 2-4pm.
On the beach by the Colonnade at the De La Warr, on Wednesday 25th August, 10am-12 noon.
We will also be running some beach cleans/surveys for the Marine Conservation Society:
Hastings, Rock-a-Nore, Friday 24th September, 4-6pm.
Bexhill (location TBC), Sunday 26th September, 9-11am.
And as October is the month of the Great Nurdle Hunt, we will be holding a microplastic event in Bexhill (location to be confirmed):
Sunday 3rd October, 10am – 12noon.
If you wish to be kept up to date with events along the Bexhill coastline (and the Rother area), you can subscribe to the monthly news sheet here.