Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) are organising a beach clean this weekend near one of the South Coast’s favourite wave spots.
SAS and the Dorset Wildlife Trust will be on hand this Sunday the 5th of February to run a beach clean at Charnel, just west of Kimmeridge. The clean will be starting at 11am, so if you would like to get involved and help out this great cause, get yourselves down there. Dorset Wildlife Trust volunteers will be around to pick up any lost or bewildered beach cleaners.
The clean will be finished by 2pm and all branded litter will be separated out and RTO (Returned To Offender) – a practise SAS have set up to try and get companies thinking about how they package their goods. Bottles will be rinsed out and recycled and the MOD have agreed to dispose of any other materials found.
If this sounds like something you might want to be a part of then please email email@example.com for more details and head over to the SAS website for more details on what the organisation do.
Directions to beach clean: The beach clean will be at Charnel , just west of Kimmeridge. Park in the main Kimmeridge carpark. Walk up past the oil well and through the metal gates. The footpath to Charnel beach is a short walk away.