Brighton Science Festival


Tuesday 19 February 2019

1.00pm - 3.00pm

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Unit 11, Lower Promendade, Madeira Drive
Brighton, BN2 1ET
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Free Entry

Beach litter is bad for wildlife and people but what can we do about it?  – lots of things! Join the Marine Conservation Society team to look at beach litter surveys and see how eagle-eyed you can be when it comes to looking for little litter bits in sandy and shingly beaches. We will have a mini beach set up so you can sieve for plastics and see what you can spot. There will also be a mini quiz to see if you can identify the litter item and we will be talking through our Beachwatch scheme and Cool Seas activities.

All equipment/materials will be provided.


Recommended age 7+

1.00pm – 3.00pm (drop-in)

Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th February

C:SIDE QUEST, Unit 11, Lower Promenade, Madiera Drive, Brighton BN2 1ET