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Events

Upcoming Events

 

Sat 6th July 2013 – Brighton & Hove Beach Clean: Meet at SAS tent in Paddle Round The Pier Village, Hove Lawns, Brighton.

Organisers: Surfers Against Sewage & Barefoot Wine (see www.sas.org.uk for updates)

Sat 11th May 2013 – Rottingdean Beach Clean: Meet 11am on beach at bottom of slope at the end of the High Street, Rottingdean. 

Organisers: The Deans Beach & Environment Volunteers (see Facebook page for updates)

Mon 6th May 2013- Climping Beach Clean: Meet BN175RN, Littlehampton.

Organisers: Surfers Against Sewage & Barefoot Wine (see www.sas.org.uk for updates)

Sat 27th April 2013 – Brighton Beach Clean: Meet 1pm at Volks Railway Station, Black Rock, Brighton.

Organisers: Marine Conservation Society with Marks & Spenser (see www.mcsuk.org for updates)

Fri 26th April 2013 – Shoreham Beach Clean: Meet 2pm at The Fort, Shoreham (west of the harbour).

Organisers: Marine Conservation Society with Marks & Spenser (see www.mcsuk.org for updates)

Sun 7th April 2013 - Saltdean Beach Clean: Meet 11am on beach opposite White Cliff Café, Saltdean, East Sussex.

Organisers: The Deans Beach & Environment Volunteers (see Facebook page for updates)

Sat 23rd March 2013 - Shoreham Beach Clean: Meet 11am beside carpark next to Carat’s Café, Shoreham harbour.

Organisers: Surfers Against Sewage Big Spring Beach Clean (see www.sas.org.uk for updates)

 

 

 

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