Barbed wire removed from Moulin Huet sea shore during Environment Department’s organised beach clean

August 6th, 2011 by States of Guernsey Environment Department

Moulin Huet beach debris collected by Jan Dockerill on 24 July 2011 during the Environment Department's organised island-wide beach cleans (click image to expand - ©Jan Dockerill)

The States of Guernsey Environment Department encouraged Guernsey residents to pick-up litter from the island’s beaches during the weekend of 23 and 24 July 2011.  Even though the weather was poor people did manage to fulfil their commitment to conduct a beach clean.

Jan Dockerill visited Moulin Huet.  She reported that there wasn’t a significant haul from the beach but “there was a nasty coil of coated barbed wire which was fixed through with thick steel wire.”  She not seen anything like this before and was glad to be able to remove it from the beach.

She generally cleans Moulin Huet every four to six weeks and always for Beach watch in September. Fortunately, given the steep climb back to the bins in the car park, its unusual for there to be much more than plastic bottles and polystyrene pieces on the sea shore at Moulin Huet.

 

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