Saturday 4th May 9 am
First Point Beach, meet at Princes Pier
Message from 3207 Beachpatrol
This week is the very merry merry month of May already! But instead of Strolling through the Park one Day we'll be 'Patrolling 'cross the Sand this Day'. The first weekend in May is this coming weekend so our next Beach clean is this coming Saturday the 4th. We have a little surprise for us too at this clean up. Some of you may know Neil Blake of the Eco Centre. Neil is making a video/documentary in which he is going to trawl parts of the Port Phillip Bay to document how much plastic is in the water and compare it to the results Captain Charles Moore measures in the North Pacific Gyre. Hopefully a lot less but we don't know as yet. As part of the video they will be shooting some footage of people taking action to clean up the beaches and Bay too. They want to come and film 3207 hard at work next Saturday cleaning up the beach. Being the movie industry , it might get delayed but at this stage this is the plan. So get your hair done, chins shaved, blue 3207 shirts crisply ironed and smiles on.
They would love to get some footage of young children working too as they are the next generation to take on the responsibility of keeping our environment clean and other children watching this video will relate better to what they see these children doing. So any one with young children or grandchildren are especially invited.
Where: At First Point Beach - please assemble on
Station Princes Pier. See you there in your bright blue t's! Coffee at Spuntino afterwards.
3207 BeachpatrolHappy Beaches...........