Beach Cleans 2015

Hi everyone. So far we have managed to be present for two beach cleans before Spring and now we have some excited news. We have our own Beach Clean on Sunday 10th May 2015 in Hastngs and we will join The Marine Conservation Society and M&S on one of their beach cleans on the 12th […]

Hastings Half Marathon

  Its nearly time for this years Hastings Half Marathon, the 31st of its kind. We will be having a stall on the day as well ambassadors cheering on the runners at various points along the course of the race. We also have a couple of volunteers running in the race so look out for […]

Have you visited Hastings Beach?

  If not come and have a look, it is beautiful. As our work on The Clean Seas Please campaign progress, so does the steps to ensure the bathing water quality at Hastings beach. Come and take a look and tell us what you think. We think it is amazing.   Hastings Beach does have […]

Join Clean Seas Please on the 14-15th March 2015 as they join the Whalefest in Brighton

WhaleFest is the world’s biggest event of it’s kind in the world – giving whales and dolphins a bigger voice. Be amazed, be entertained and be inspired by: science and campaign talks; Main Stage with celebs and experts; indoor whale watch trips; shark zone; careers workshops; hands-on bones and blubber; 30 life-sized whale replicas; top […]

Say hi to Bruce the sewer monster

Have you guys all met the famous Bruce? If not, then here is your chance to read all about him and his work helping Southern Water promote their ‘Pain in the Drain’ Campaign. Go to https://www.southernwater.co.uk/bruce and make sure you say hi from The Clean Seas Please team.

A Day at the Seaside: Sussex History, Brighton Sewers by Nick Catford

  On the 23/5/2014 The Clean Seas Please team went down the sewers. Looking back this story is an interesting look as to how it used to look down the sewers of Brighton. On Saturday 9th June 20 members of Subterranea Britannica headed down to Brighton for a gentle stroll round the town sewers. During […]

Thousands of tons of sewer blockers cleared

  More than 6,000 tons of wet wipes and other sewer blockers made their way into Southern Water’s sewer network between April and November 2014 – the equivalent in weight of 2,000 hippos. Of this, 2,155 tons were cleared from wastewater treatment works in Kent, 2,018 tons from Sussex ,1,853 tons from Hampshire and 165 […]