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Appley Beach Clean 2015

May 2015

On    Saturday    30th    May,    a    group    of    volunteers from   St   Blasius   Mothers’   Union   in   conjunction with   Green   Towns   Shanklin   (which   provided   the equipment)   did   a   magnificent   job   in   clearing   the litter     at     Appley     Beach     from     Shanklin     Chine towards    Luccombe    Chine. In    about    two    hours they    not    only    filled    15    black    bags    with    1,113 items   but   also   logged   all   these   on   the   Marine Conservation Society’s survey sheets.   By   far   the   largest   number   of   things   found   on   the beach    were    derived    from    plastic    which    is    of increasing    concern    as    it    can    enter    the    food chain. The    data    gathered    will    help    to    provide information      for      future      government      policy affecting the state of the environment. Well done to all!
St Blasius Primary AcadamyDesign A Church Logo Ecumenical Civil Service of Remembrance Flower Festival“Wish You Were Here” The Reverend Tony RichardsCommissioning Service

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Appley Beach Clean 2015

May 2015

On   Saturday   30th   May,   a   group   of   volunteers   from   St   Blasius   Mothers’   Union   in   conjunction   with   Green   Towns   Shanklin   (which   provided the   equipment)   did   a   magnificent   job   in   clearing   the   litter   at   Appley   Beach   from   Shanklin   Chine   towards   Luccombe   Chine. In   about   two hours they not only filled 15 black bags with 1,113 items but also logged all these on the Marine Conservation Society’s survey sheets.   By   far   the   largest   number   of   things   found   on   the   beach   were   derived   from   plastic   which   is   of   increasing   concern   as   it   can   enter   the   food chain. The data gathered will help to provide information for future government policy affecting the state of the environment. Well done to all!
Flower Festival“Wish You Were Here” St Blasius Primary AcadamyDesign A Church Logo Ecumenical Civil Service of Remembrance The Reverend Tony RichardsCommissioning Service

Appley Beach Clean 2015

May 2015

On   Saturday   30th   May,   a   group   of   volunteers   from   St   Blasius   Mothers’   Union   in   conjunction   with Green   Towns   Shanklin   (which   provided   the   equipment)   did   a   magnificent   job   in   clearing   the   litter   at Appley   Beach   from   Shanklin   Chine   towards   Luccombe   Chine. In   about   two   hours   they   not   only   filled 15   black   bags   with   1,113   items   but   also   logged   all   these   on   the   Marine   Conservation   Society’s   survey sheets.   By   far   the   largest   number   of   things   found   on   the   beach   were   derived   from   plastic   which   is   of increasing   concern   as   it   can   enter   the   food   chain. The   data   gathered   will   help   to   provide   information for future government policy affecting the state of the environment. Well done to all!
St Blasius Primary AcadamyDesign A Church Logo Ecumenical Civil Service of Remembrance The Reverend Tony RichardsCommissioning Service Flower Festival“Wish You Were Here”
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