Seaside Savers helping to fight the tide of plastic
A group of five primary schoolchildren, known as the Seaside Savers, are taking part in Humberside Police’s Lifestyle project, which aims to keep plastics out of the sea.
The Seaside Savers – Joe Lindgren, Ben Brocklebank, Kaesey Lister, Amelia GallagherWard and McKenzie GallagherWard from Withernsea
Primary School – collected a staggering 10,000 plastic bottles throughout the summer holidays.
They handed over their bags of plastic bottles to Barratt Homes and their waste management service provider, Reconomy, at the Cherry Tree Court development in Woodmansey.
Helena Caulfield, the sales adviser at Cherry Tree Court, commented: “It was lovely to meet the children who have worked so hard to preserve our beautiful coastline here in Hull.
“Barratt Homes are committed to supporting environmental projects.”