Individuals

We run monthly beach cleans, community meetings, educational work, lobbying campaigns and workshops. Head over to our Facebook page to see our events.

Follow the 5 R’s (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot) to make simple changes to your lifestyle and consumer habits. Here are some easy swaps you can make to ditch single use plastic.
Use the templates on our resources page to lobby for change by writing to politicians, organisations and corporations.

New for 2020

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Businesses

Businesses have huge potential to reduce plastic pollution by finding plastic free alternatives. By swapping out just three single use plastic items for sustainable alternatives you will become one of our Plastic Free Champions. We will do an audit of the plastics used by your business and suggest items and processes to change as well as showcasing your achievements.

A huge thankyou goes out to all of the businesses, community groups and ecosuperstars that have already been involved in one way or another. Below is a list of the ‘Plastic Free Champions’ we have awarded ‘Plastic Free’ status to:

(In date order)

Wave Leisure

Seven Sisters Pub

Seaford Health Store

Archway Choirs

Steamworks Seaford

Scoop and Weigh

Brooklyn Hyundai

Sub Station

The View

Richies Guesthouse

The White Lion Hotel

Newbury Tully Estate Agents

Allies of the campaign include : Seaford Town Council, Badger Inks, Bacas, Dymocks Farm, Inle Home, Morrisons, Earlybirds Nursery, Annecy Primary School, Cradle Hill Community Primary School, Seaford Primary School, Seaford Head School, King’s Church Seaford, Seaford Rotary Club