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Beach Clean Spring 2018

Local resident, Colin Derbyshire is committed to marine protection and has organised a beach clean for Spring 2018, working in collaboration with Surfers Against Sewage. The sea is our USP here in Hastings and St Leonards on Sea, so it makes sense to look after shores.

Posted 12:27 Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018 In: Home Ground Tags: Active beach love Beach Clean Spring 2018 How Degrading Marybeth Haas Surfers Against Sewage

2 Minute Beach Clean

Got two minutes? Then why not make a difference with a two minute beach clean. #2minutebeachclean is a project that was started in Cornwall by Martin Dorey and is rapidly sweeping across the world. And it’s good to see that Hastings has now adopted the scheme writes Zelly Restorick.

Posted 18:06 Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016 In: Campaigns Tags: #2minutebeachclean 2 Minute Beach Clean Cllr Dawn Poole How Degrading Martin Dorey
HOW DEGRADING

How degrading!

Every year, I post this poster from The Green Blue, telling us how long it takes our rubbish to bio-degrade, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. A friend and I put them up along the coast – on noticeboards, in cafes, in shops, wherever water is near. Anyone we speak to is always shocked at how long things take to decompose. 

Posted 16:56 Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015 In: The HOT Planet Tags: biodegradable How Degrading litter rubbish The Green Blue Zelly Restorick
Rubbish on beach

Clean Seas Please ‘Big Beach Clean Up’

The Clean Seas Please project team have organised a ‘Big Beach Clean Up’ and need your support! Interested in offering some time and energy to clean up the beach this coming Sunday?, asks HOT’s Zelly Restorick.

Posted 17:35 Sunday, Oct 20, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Beach clean up Clean Seas Please European bathing water standards Hastings beach How Degrading rubbish Zelly Restorick
Clean Seas Please banner

Clean Seas Please!

In two years time, more stringent European standards will be applied to the quality of our bathing water and, based on current measurements, there’s a chance swimming in the sea at Hastings might be banned. However, all is not lost, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick, there’s still time for us to make our part of the coast a place to happily and healthily enjoy the beach and sea. 

Posted 19:24 Tuesday, Aug 13, 2013 In: The HOT Planet Tags: Clean Seas Please Cleaner Bathing Water Directives front page Hastings Voluntary Action How Degrading Rother Voluntary Action Southern Water swimming Zelly Restorick
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