Surfers Against Sewage’s (SAS) beach clean crew is joining forces with Barefoot Wine again this summer for the 4th annual Barefoot Friendly Beach Rescue Tour. This year the tour will be visiting 14 beaches across the UK between May and September to make sure they are as clean and safe as possible for all to enjoy.
At the start of the bathing season, May the 15th, SAS will be launching a new real time sewage warning system that will tell you exactly when sewage is being discharged into the sea at key locations around the UK.
Although probably best known for his music, this Devon born singer songwriter is also a surfer and an active member of Surfers Against Sewage. Ben’s unique percussive guitar techniques and stand out vocals make him one to watch and that’s exactly what I was doing last month at Newcastle’s intimate venue The Other Rooms.
Clean water campaigners Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) reenacted the iconic Kitchener recruitment poster to enlist surfers, waveriders and coastal users into the Marine Management Organisation’s (MMO) new Marine Planning programme. SAS’s own surfing Kitchener represented SAS at the first Marine Planning workshop in Peterborough yesterday.