Tide Mills looking good as visitors keep shingle beach clean


Litter levels at beauty spot Tide Mills have remained low throughout this year, the Friends of Tide Mills reported.

The conservation group has just completed its June meeting where 16 volunteers collected four bags of general litter.

Friends chairman Jim Skinner said: “We are very pleased to report that so far this year the litter remains relatively low across the whole of the area.

“This is in no small part to the many visitors who, like us, want to see Tide Mills in its best light and well cared for and who make the time to keep the area clear of rubbish.”

The next meeting will take place on Sunday July 19 between 10am and 12 noon but any time that can be spared is appreciated.

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