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This is Bristol

1548 days ago   Article ID# 1533181
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Marine Conservation Society

BRISTOL, U K (This is Bristol) - A Beach in Portishead has been selected as one of the first locations in the UK for a beach clean event.

Volunteers are being encouraged to roll up their sleeves and help with the Big Beach Clean Up at Redcliffe Bay, organised by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS).

The event is on May 13 and people can sign up and find out more at www.mcsuk.org/foreverfish.

Marks and Spencer customers who register in advance will receive a money off M&S voucher and free snacks on the day.

Youngsters can also get involved with free beach activity packs, rock pool rambling and being on the lookout for unexpected items.

Previous MCS beach cleans have found unusual items such as bicycles, rubber ducks and superhero outfits.

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