Blooming beautiful


Sunshine, a beach, waves lapping on the shore and not forgetting fish and chips. What better way to spend a weekend than being on Brighton beach. The only thing I'd change? Pebbles for sand. Pebbles hurt. One thing that I appreciated was a nice clean beach, which Brighton is, on the whole. The sea doesn't actually look so clean. Needless to say, I wasn't tempted into the brown waves.

Beaches don't keep themselves clean. I'm guessing local councils have that job but I did wonder about how you'd get involved. I couldn't think of anything nicer than being by the sea (preferably in the sun but lets face it, if you wrap up warm in winter it would still be great).

So, if you're lucky enough to live by the sea and want to do your bit for the environment get involved with the Marine Conservation Society and do a beach clean.

The salty breeze in your hair and sun on your back - I wish I lived by the beach.