Marks and Spencer staff help protect Seaton Carew beach for wildlife and us

Kathryn Reid (front) ith volunteers from Marks & Spencer and the Marine Conservation Society, who did a beach clen-up at Seaton Carew.

Kathryn Reid (front) ith volunteers from Marks & Spencer and the Marine Conservation Society, who did a beach clen-up at Seaton Carew.

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DOZENS of volunteers collected 40 sackfuls of rubbish from Seaton Carew beach in an annual clean up.

Staff from Marks and Spencer in Hartlepool and helpers joined the Marine Conservation Society in the event which was repeated at beaches up and down the country.

A pile of litter including bottles and cans and cigarette ends and discarded shoes were collected by the band of volunteers.

 

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