beach clean-up operation planned in Burnham-On-Sea area
are being invited to take part in a big beach cleaning exercise
at Berrow later this month.
Big Spring Beach Clean will be held on Saturday 23rd March between
10.30am and 12.30pm.
Sedgemoor District Council is joining up with Surfers Against
Sewerage, the national coastal conservation charity, to oversee
the event on Berrow beach.
"The event will not only clean up the beach, but help educate
participants as to how they can get more involved with coastal
conservation activities. All litter collected will be taken away,
and recycled where possible, by Sedgemoor District Council,"
council spokeswoman Claire Faun told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
The beach clean at Berrow is just one of a series across the country
which will see over 50 beaches, and hundreds of volunteers, from
across the UK come together to engage volunteers and seaside communities
with protecting their coastal environments.
volunteers will be encouraged to meet and park on Berrow beach
and are being advised to wrap up warm, bring a bin bag and rubber
All helpers will get a free car sticker from Surfers Against Sewerage
and a voucher for hot drinks at Burnham-On-Sea pier courtesy of