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Home Support Matters National Clean Up Day - Join Us

Come Join Friends and Colleagues of Home Support Matters in hosting two beach clean up events and BYO picnic at two beautiful local beaches on 16th September 2023.

As part of National World Clean Up Day HSM wishes to join hundreds of others in clearing beaches of litter and waste from our beautiful coast line covering a section of the Gorleston-on-Sea beach and Pakefield beach.

Meeting at Marine Parade carpark, Gorleston-on-sea, NR31 6EZ @ 8.30am, we will be joined by a local waste disposal company Radical Waste at both events who have kindly agreed to dispose of any litter collected during the day. Second event will be at:-  

Meeting in the All Saints Road Car Park, Lowestoft NR33 0JN @ 11am we will finish back on the green near the car park. Attendees are invited if they wish to pack their own snacks/picnic and enjoy the coastal air and hopefully warm weather together.

We hope this will be an enjoyable social day for all.

Please note there will be designated areas of this clean up accessible to all but the beach does not have direct hard surfaces.

Sign up to let us know you're coming: 

 Pakefield Sign-Up

 Gorleston Sign-Up



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