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The Beach Rangers: connecting communities with the sea

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Beach Rangers helping local people to enjoy Plymouth beaches. Image: Fotonow

The Beach Rangers have been running marine life awareness events on beaches around Plymouth all summer. Yesterday they ran an introduction to snorkeling at Devil’s Point Beach, and today they are at Kinterbury Creek for the last time this summer.

Activities that people can do with the Beach Rangers include: seaweed identification cookery; family play sessions; rockpooling; snorkeling, beach cleans and artwork.

The Beach Rangers are supported by Marinexus and are helping to bring Plymouth communities together around a shared interest in marine life.

The snorkel event was covered by the local press, see http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/PICTURES-Plymouth-youngsters-learn-art/story-19720487-detail/story.html


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