May 23rd, 2023.

Jim Skinner reports:

On Sunday, 14 of us enjoyed a pleasant morning litter-picking in somewhat breezy and sunny conditions, but we only managed two bags of rubbish. This is good news as the whole area is looking very clean and tidy. Many visitors commented how nice Tide Mills is looking and a pleasure to visit.

An indicator of how popular Tide Mills is now, is that parking is becoming a problem even at 9.00am, as more and more people visit the area.

Recently, industrial scale Sea Kale harvesting was reported, and the police were notified via Seaford and Lewes District Councils. The harvesters were informed of this illegal activity. This due to the whole area of vegetated shingle being legally protected due to the scarcity of this habitat. If any visitors witness this activity please notify the police on 0800 555 111.

Our next meeting is on Sunday the 18th of June. Always the third Sunday of the month, between 9.00am and 11.00am.

More information about our very friendly group is available from me, Jim Skinner, at

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