Wildlife at risk from dangerous plastic litter



Amy Hopley, a marine trainee as South Walney Nature Reserve invited volunteers to help her clean up our beaches. She wanted to help tidy large quantities of plastic out of our sea and into waste processing, where it can be sorted for recycling.
This clean, which took place on Sunday September 18 at West Shore beach, Walney, was organised as part of the Great British Beach clean, an event in which tons of rubbish were lifted from our beaches over a single weekend.
Miss Hopley's fellow marine trainee, Hayden Hurst, 23, who lives at South Walney Nature Reserve, explained the dire risks that... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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