Clean Seas Please for future generations

Whilst we are working together to help our bathing water quality in Hastings by thinking about how we disposed of Fats, Oils and Grease, only putting the three P’s (pee, poo and paper) in the toilet, how our waste water pipes are connected and how we disposed of rubbish, there are worldwide initiatives as well. […]

Problematic Plastic

It’s a simple fact that when it comes to plastic in our seas – it’s not so fantastic! On most beach cleans that the Clean Seas Please team have attended, types of plastic such as lollipop sticks and drink bottles are among the most common items found, either washed up on the beach or left […]

Clean Seas Please This Christmas

We hope that celebrating Christmas will bring you the joy of gifts and the pleasure of visiting friends and family along the sea front. If you are taking a walk along the seafront this winter it would be helpful to put litter from candy wrappers or presents in the bins along the seafront or even […]