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May 21st, 2018.

Jim Skinner reports:

The Friends of Tide Mills held their May meeting yesterday morning. 19 members of our friendly little band of volunteers managed to collect just four bags of litter this time. This shows, again, just how much progress we, and the many other visitors who also care for this fantastic place, are making in ensuring Tide Mills looks as cared for as it now undoubtedly is.

We are always very grateful for the words of encouragement we receive from passers-by and for those who take, not just their own litter home, but also make the effort in picking up litter that has been dropped by those who don't.

Tide Mills is boasting many plants in flower just now and many active birds such as the Ringed Plovers and Skylarks. Our Ringed Plover signs are still in place and if we could please remind visitors to minimise disturbance within the signed area, (centred on the area just to the Seaford side of the old Millpond), until the nesting season finishes in August.

This is the time to enjoy and appreciate Tide Mills in all its colour and diversity.

We always welcome new members to our group no matter the amount of time that can be spent. We meet on the third Sunday of every month, so our next meeting is scheduled for Sunday the 17th June, 10.00am to 12.0 noon. 

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