MCS beachwatch in Edinburgh! Part of the annual Great British Beach Clean!

MCS beachwatch in Edinburgh! Part of the annual Great British Beach Clean!

For the third year in a row, we're joining the national Marine Conservation Society for their 'Great British Beach Clean'. We're also celebrating the things we've tried to do over the year, and that we want to make sure happen.

The Wild Ones and Wardie Bay Beachwatch have applied to SEPA for Bathing Water Quality Monitoring at Wardie Bay. We want the sea to be healthy to swim in, and our environment to be as protected as it can be.

We are working with landowners and the Angling Megastore to provide fishing litter and general waste bins and signage on the Eastern Breakwater, to make sure our places are properly looked after, and to ask people to help sustain it.

Wardie Bay Beachwatch represents the hopes we have for our wider environment. If we all act on a local level and take that with us into whatever we do, and ask others to do the same, we can help.

Please join us!

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Sunday 22 September, 11:30 - 14:00

Please come and encourage friends and family to come along too.

Gloves and litter picking equipment are provided.

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Please also visit our twitter page @wardiebaybeach for regular tweets or find the event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/483972618831239/

Write to Karen at wardiebaybeachwatch@gmail.com for further information.

Looking forward to seeing you!
When
22 Sep 2019 at 11:30am
until 22 Sep 2019 at 2:00pm
Where
Wardie Bay Beach
Lower Granton Road
Edinburgh
EH5 1ET

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Wardie Bay Beachwatch is a monthly beach litter survey on behalf of the Marine Conservation Society. We meet on the 1st or 2nd Saturday of each month, according to tide.
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