Borth & Ynyslas Beach Clean

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Last Beach Clean of 2011

Posted by Dave Reynolds on Sunday, December 11, 2011, In : Beach Clean Report 
The last beach clean of 2011 was on Sunday 11 December. The rain had passed and the day was quite warm. Six of us turned up to clean the beach and we were going along fine. The rain came, a persistent drizzle, which made things more difficult, but not too bad.

Near the end we spotted that the sky was getting darker, and that there was rain on the horizon. We kept going, just to do 5 minutes more and ended up in heavy rain. Nevermind, we managed to collect 15 bags full of rubbish from the beach...
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Next Beach Clean Sunday 11th December at 1pm meeting at the Ynyslas Turn car park.

Posted by Sarah Reynolds on Tuesday, December 6, 2011, In : Coming Soon 

The last clean we did was very well attended. 19 people picked up 21 bags of rubbish from the beach opposite the Youth Hostel. Thanks to everyone who came.
 
I've just realised that if we want to get one more clean in this year it had better be soon so how about:
 
Sunday 11th December at 1pm meeting at the Ynyslas Turn car park.
 
I know it is short notice (as it often is) but if you can make it that would be great. We normally spend about an hour and a half cleaning.
If you come after 1...
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Trail from Beach Clean 30th July 2011

Posted by Dave Reynolds on Sunday, July 31, 2011, In : Beach Clean Report 

12 people turned up to clean the beach alongside the golf course. Together we removed 24 bags full of rubbish.

The following links to a trail showing where we cleaned.

Borth Ynylas Beach Clean


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Next Beach Clean 30th July at 2pm

Posted by Sarah Reynolds on Monday, July 25, 2011, In : Coming Soon 
Would you be able to come and join us for a beach clean on:
 
Saturday July 30th
at 2pm
Meet at Youth Hostel, but walk North to an area of beach alongside the Golf Course and then work back.
 
The last clean was on July 9th when seven volunteers collected 13 bags of rubbish from in front of the Youth Hostel - well done and many thanks to all of them. 
 
A few days after that we walked along the top of the beach between the Youth Hostel and Ynyslas and the part alongside the Golf Course rea...
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Beach Clean 4th and 5th December

Posted by Dave Reynolds on Monday, December 6, 2010, In : Beach Clean Report 
The weather was a bit showery on Saturday, but was glorius on Sunday.
We continued to collect rubbish from the area alongside the Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club, and the Club agreed to take the bags away for us, which was a great help.
We managed to collect 22 bags in total. Another great effort from everyone who came to help.
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Beach Clean on 10 October at Ynyslas

Posted by Dave Reynolds on Sunday, October 10, 2010, In : Beach Clean Report 
The beach clean at Ynyslas cleaned an area of the beach in front of the car park near the Ynyslas turn.
It was a lovely sunny day and we had a good clean, collecting 17 bags of rubbish.

Thanks to all those who made it, and to those who couldn't today, but sent their best wishes.
Hope to see you all again soon at the next beach clean.

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Beach Clean 10th October

Posted by Sarah Reynolds on Friday, September 10, 2010, In : Coming Soon 
Thanks to everyone who came to the beach clean on Saturday 4th opposite the Youth Hostel. We had about 15 people and managed to pick up 22 bags of rubbish from the area we covered. 

The next clean is one organised by CCW at Ynyslas Reserve and is on Sunday 19th September at 2pm. I'm afraid I won't be able to come as we will be at the Borth Rowing Club Race Day (weather permitting) but Sandi will be there with hoops and pickers and gloves. I hope that you can make it. There is a poster a...

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