Sand le Mere Gets Ready For Tunstall Beach Clean

Sand le Mere Gets Ready For Tunstall Beach Clean

Volunteers are being urged to hit the beach on Sunday as part of a beach clean event organised by Sand le Mere Holiday Village.

Guests will be teaming up with Sand le Mere staff to collect rubbish that has washed up on Tunstall Beach over the summer, with Sand le Mere general manager Amby Tatla expecting to collect up to 50 bags of litter.
The event has been organized as part of the Great British Beach Clean weekend, which takes place across the UK from 15-18 September, where thousands of people head to the coast help keep our beaches clean.
Past litter picks organised by Sand le Mere, a holiday village that overlooks Tunstall Beach, have seen teams clear away plastics, packaging and even a sofa to keep the beach in pristine condition.
Says Amby Tatla: “Litter washing up on our shores is unpleasant to look at and it harms marine wildlife and seabirds. Tunstall Beach is a wonderful stretch of sand and we are proud to be doing our bit to help keep the beach looking great for visitors.
“Past litter picks have seen us collect anywhere between 10 and 50 bags of rubbish, so it’s an incredibly worth while activity.”
The beach clean starts at 10am on Sunday, 17 September, with volunteers treated to free bacon sandwiches at Sand le Mere after the litter pick.

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