Mark says the beach comb will be the start of several, and he says he would be thrilled if any members of the public would like to join in.
“We would welcome any volunteers for future beach combing to help us fan out further and keep the seafront in good condition. Even in winter it hosts many visitors and we want them to be safe and well in what are difficult enough times for everybody.”
BAM’s team have a good track record in the area, having been behind dozens of schemes in the North East of England. In Redcar it has created Tuned In at My Place, Redcar and Cleveland College and the BOHO Digital Enterprise Centre.
Mark added: ‘’The beach combing exercise is a constant battle for the local community and is already kept well on top of by multiple community groups, so my team has reached out directly to Friends of Redcar and they have offered the use of facilities and equipment up and down the coast to aid in our efforts.
“We are very grateful to become a part of this community for our time here and hope this is the beginning of a great relationship.”
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