Thanks to Katy B for her online support on Twitter!

The singer-songwriter and musician, Katy B follows us on twitter! This is huge for our campaign, and we would like to thank Katy B enormously for her support! Hopefully we can get a few more celebs following us! Check us out on twitter and join Katy B in supporting us!   Thanks Katy B and […]

Hastings Voice Launch Party!

  We had a great time at the Hastings Voice Launch party on Friday evening! We spoke to many of you and we would like to thank everyone who came and spoke to us and filled out one of our questionnaires. I hope you saw our leaflets in the goody-bags or grabbed your own goody […]

Will new EU regulations make 25 English beaches ‘unfit for swimming’ overnight?

  “They are beaches where holidaymakers have swum happily for years, and many families may be heading for a refreshing dip in these last few weeks of summer. But when tourists return to 25 of England’s beaches next year, they are likely to be confronted with signs advising them to stay out of the water […]

Fat Funnels!

Thanks to Southern Water, we have been able to give out Fat Funnels for free at our events! These are funnels that screw onto normal plasticbottles so you can collect fats, oils and greases (FOGs) more easily. They have a great design which fits most standard plastic bottles and inside the lid of the funnel, […]

Fighting the fatbergs: how cities are waging war on clogged sewers

Fatbergs are the scourge of cities all over the world, and can grow to the length of a Boeing 747. Ian Wylie braves a London sewer to witness this filthy threat for himself – and uncovers some new ideas for defeating them: Very interesting read and shows just how many FOGs are being poured down […]

It’s the Dogs turn!

  Check out our latest Dog Sticker! This is to help us advertise the dog events we’re doing: As you may have seen from our Events Timetable, we are going to be at the Hastings Annual Dog Show ( Monday 31st August)! Clean Seas Please will be there, giving away all our usual goodies, along with […]

Toxic Algae Closes Reservoir in Alexandra Park

    A bloom of poisonous algae has been found on Harmers Reservoir in Alexandra Park. Blue-green algae has been spotted in the reservoir and Hastings Borough Council has closed access to the reservoir as a precaution.   Link to full story on Hastings Observer: https://www.hastingsobserver.co.uk/news/local/toxic-algae-closes-reservoir-in-alexandra-park-1-6847820    

15th July – The Latest From Us!

In the last week: Saturday 11th July – St Leonards Festival! On the gloriously sunny Saturday we had a lovely stall up in the St Leonards Festival. We could hear the lovely sounds coming from the main stage as well as the delicious smells coming from the catering tents! But we managed to resist, wandering […]