Future Events – Dungeness survey, Members beachcombing walk, Love Our Rother.
Social Media presence – Support our work
Other organisations – We may all be working towards the same goal but there are different ways and methods to achieve it.
Welcome to the December 2022/January 2023 newsletter
What a jam packed end of the year to the tenth anniversary of Strandliners!
Strandliners started in 2012 as an idea to take action against the seemingly forever increase in waste plastics found washed up on our local beaches. And look where we are now – members of international groups and organisations working together to eliminate plastic pollution and focus on Zero Waste strategies.
We have been continuing with the Preventing Plastic Pollution (PPP) project around the River Ouse, Adur and Rother catchments. Meeting people who want to get involved and discovering new sites for surveys.
We held our first Winter Workshop – on sea beans and mermaid purses. A cracking time with brilliant participants, we even saw a Coco De Mer!
Strandliners had a stand at the 4th Ocean Symposium held in Bexhill, the UNA Climate & Oceans bringing together many national and community organisations.
The Rother Voluntary Action AGM held a surprise for Beverley, she won an award for volunteering with Strandliners, fully deserved for the amount of time she gives.
2023 membership is open now. £12 for new members and £10 for existing members to renew. Thank you for all members for supporting Strandliners.
We are looking forward to this Valentine’s Day event and thank you Peter Quinnell for creating this amazing poster.
Dungeness – Saturday 7th January – 12 to 4pm
Marine Conservation Society survey (45 minute walk to site on shingle)
– Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information,.
Uckfield – Thursday 12th January – Litter pick & Survey – 10am to 12 noon Preventing Plastic Pollution along the River Ouse
– Please email email@example.com for more information.
Members walk – Saturday 28th January
Our annual beachcombing wander for Strandliners members.
Rye – Love Our Rother – Saturday 18th February – Rye Community Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm FREE
– Focusing on marine plastic pollution, The Rother catchment (rivers delivering inland litter to the sea), community volunteering, networking and environmental awareness. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Social media presence
We appreciate your support through subscribing to this newsletter, please share with friends and family.
Another way to help Strandliners reach a greater audience is through our social media presence. We are notoriously not amazing at keeping up with letting everyone know what we do but if all subscribers were able to support through “liking”, “sharing” and/or reposting it would really helpful!
Facebook – Strandliners
Instagram – Strandliners
Twitter – @StrandlinersCIC
Rother Community Lottery
Rother Community Lottery supports the work of Strandliners whilst having the chance to win yourself. It all helps keeping Strandliners going.
Benefits of becoming a member include a quarterly online magazine, The Fulmar, a monthly raffle to win a sea heart, and opportunities to join beach, marine & citizen science workshops.
We may all be working in different ways but we are all working towards the same goal. Click here to see our current list.