When: Saturday 26th June, 12.30 – 14.30
Where: East Looe Seafront
Lead: John Meakin
Come and join us for a beach clean whilst learning all about the seagrass beds in the Looe Bay! You may have seen that scientists recently discovered that these beds are some of the largest in Devon & Cornwall! In partnership with Plover Rovers, a newly founded marine education charity, we’ll be heading east along the coastline from Looe and collecting litter along the way. All equipment will be provided, but please wear sturdy shoes.
This event is not suitable for young children as there will likely be some scrambling over rocks. Meet by the slabs towards second beach.
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Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is free but we rely on donations to support our work and run events. Please click on the button below to donate via PayPal.