A Chance to Help Keep Suffolk’s Beaches Clean

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There is still plenty to get involved and help keep Suffolk’s beaches free of rubbish, as the Marine Conversations Society’s ‘Great British Beach Clean’ continues this month.

​Suffolk has plenty of great beaches – but the Society says that 80% of litter that turns up on our shores, has found its way there from our towns, parks and rivers.
If you want to get involved or organise your own Beach Clean here in the county – just go online for more details on the Marine Conservation Society’s website:  www.mcsuk.org

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