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Southsea Beach Clean Up

The following is a message from the good folk over at Triton. “We want to enjoy clean beaches when we go to recreate at the beach, whether it is so that the water is clean, or even if we just want to relax and soak up some sunshine. Who wants to sit on a dirty beach or worse get injured by stepping on a broken glass bottle?

As a Scuba Center that cares Triton have organised a beach clean up day at our local seafront. The day will start off with a safety briefing and an introduction to why we need to make days like this regular and all do our bit to keep the beach clean.

Marine animals can mistake rubbish for food and many have died from consuming plastic bags, fireworks debris, and cigarette butts. Your friends, family, children could hurt themselves on broken glass, cans and other objects that have been disposed of.

Help us to keep the ocean clean and safe and come down to join us. Please see the following website for up to date information on current related issues and to find out other ways that you can help.” www.plasticoceans.net and www.tritonscuba.co.uk. Lets make Southsea pretty and safe for summer! For all the info and to keep up to date please head over to www.facebook.com

Photo: Quiet Corners


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  1. Carl Leroy-Smith

    18 January

    What is the date?

  2. Tristan Savage

    18 January

    May 26th. Head over to their Facebook page for all the details.

  3. lara

    22 June

    Hey, the date has changed,and it’s now this Sunday (24/06/2012)FB for details.

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