With the COVID-19 guidelines changing we are beginning to organise events. There may still be changes as we need to continually assess the situation, but here is what is planned so far.
Please email email@example.com to show which events you would like to join and we will add your name to the list. We will only be small groups of 6 so we may have to ration how many we can all join in.
River Rother plastic pollution brand audit
All sessions may have to change due to weather and amount of rubbish found but we hope to keep as close to these as possible.
Tue 6th April 2-4pm – Monk Bretton towards North Point
Wed 7th April 2-4pm – Golf Club to Harbourmaster
Thur 8th April 2-4pm – Golf Club to Gate
Sat 10th April 3-5pm – North Point towards Golf Club
Sun 11th April 3-5pm – Continuing towards Golf Club
Mon 12th April 3-5pm – Bridges
Tue 13th April 3-5pm – Scots Float?
Thur 15th April 10-12am – western bank & Tennis Club?
Fri 16th April 10-12am – western bank & Rostrum?
Sat 17th April identification, sorting and recording sessions & VIP visits
9am – 11am
12noon – 2pm
3pm – 5pm
Sun 18th April identification, sorting and recording sessions & VIP visits
9am – 11am
12noon – 2pm
3pm – 5pm – clearing up?
Dates to be confirmed
Dungeness/Jury’s Gap MCS survey – April/May
Camber Sands – micro plastic survey – April
Cuckmere – micro plastic survey – May
Fairlight Cove/Pett Level – plastic survey – beginning of May
A new campaign to record drinks bottles and cans found in our environment.
Easy for all to participate.
Next time anyone is out on the beach, along a river bank, in a park and sees a discarded drinks bottle or can, make a note and send the info to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title“Bottles from… (insert town, village, park, beach or river)These can then either be recycled or put straight into a bin. If there’s time, send a photo too.
Strandliners will collate all the bottles found in the environment and send the info to the Government to help support the Deposit Return Scheme being discussed in the Environment Bill later this year (as well as adding to the MCS’s wildbottlesighting database).
What information is needed?
Material – how many plastic, glass or metal?
Size – how many large, medium or small?
Brand – how many, if any?
We are primarily focusing on the East Sussex and Kent coastlines and river catchments but the more records the better. Local data can inform of local polluting issues.
Please send all information to email@example.com
Becoming a member of Strandliners gives you an exciting opportunity to join with other volunteers doing something about the increasing level of plastic pollution in our environment that harms wildlife. Additionally, by joining you will help raise funds to develop our area of work and the events Strandliners holds, monitoring and recording plastic pollution in our communities.
Benefits also include our quarterly online magazine, The Fulmar, monthly raffle for a seabean and more too!).
We’d love to have you on board! Please click the button below for more information.
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