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At SEA LIFE Brighton we want to help clean up our local beaches for a better environment for all

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? That’s why we’re helping clear out the litter from the beaches of Brighton & Hove.

Plastic bags, disposable cutlery, old phone covers, drink bottles, batteries… you name it, we’ve found it! And unfortunately it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the ocean.

 

 

Fun Fact

In March 2015, on one of our Beach Cleans, we found a Bovril glass which was made way back in the 1920's! That would make it 95years old! Things that get littered on the beach take decades to degrade. The Bovril glass shows that even litter from  our dim and distant past still hasn’t gone away. Beach Cleans are vital in providing future generations with better environments for the people who live there.

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

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Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life.

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Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? That’s why we’re helping clear out the litter from the beaches of Brighton & Hove.

Plastic bags, disposable cutlery, old phone covers, drink bottles, batteries… you name it, we’ve found it! And unfortunately it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the ocean.

 

 

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Did you know that plastic pollution kills millions of marine creatures each year? That’s why we’re helping clear out the litter from the beaches of Brighton & Hove.

Plastic bags, disposable cutlery, old phone covers, drink bottles, batteries… you name it, we’ve found it! And unfortunately it all poses a big threat to our marine creatures, whether it stays in our rivers or gets washed into the ocean.

 

 

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Fun Fact

In March 2015, on one of our Beach Cleans, we found a Bovril glass which was made way back in the 1920's! That would make it 95years old! Things that get littered on the beach take decades to degrade. The Bovril glass shows that even litter from  our dim and distant past still hasn’t gone away. Beach Cleans are vital in providing future generations with better environments for the people who live there.

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Fun Fact

In March 2015, on one of our Beach Cleans, we found a Bovril glass which was made way back in the 1920's! That would make it 95years old! Things that get littered on the beach take decades to degrade. The Bovril glass shows that even litter from  our dim and distant past still hasn’t gone away. Beach Cleans are vital in providing future generations with better environments for the people who live there.

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Covid-19 Update
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