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  • Kinghorn Harbour ‘My Beach Your Beach’ campaign

    Created: 26/05/2021

    Kinghorn Harbour ‘My Beach Your Beach’ campaign returns encouraging beach users to take better care of the sand and sea.

    Environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, has teamed up with members of Kinghorn Harbour Residents and Environmental Group and Fife Council to urge everyone to take better care of the sand and sea.

    The groups are committed to improving Kinghorn Harbour beach and recently carried out a litter survey to kick off this summer’s My Beach, Your Beach campaign.

    Over 70 items of litter were recorded on 100m of the beach and prom, capturing a snapshot of the local problem - and that’s before the official bathing season starts 01 June. 

    This year, the campaign focuses on seven of Scotland’s well-loved beaches that have faced challenges with bathing water quality, as measured by SEPA, with Kinghorn Harbour Beach being one of them.

    Find out more about how you can get involved and contribute to the campaign on your local beach.

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