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OUT THERE


June SAS Beach Clean Beaches across Norfolk


The SAS (Surfers Against Sewage) needs you! The war on plastic is well and truly underway, great differences are being made, but it is nothing without everyday awareness and contribution from folk like you. There are several ways to get involved and help to


reduce the global plastic stockpile and ease its impact on the world; cut back on single use plastics, work towards a plastic free home and business, or join in on a Surfers Against Sewage Beach clean. This week we’re focusing on attending a beach clean; a litter pick by the sea is a great social gathering, an opportunity for a venture outside with friends and family whilst doing some good. Spend as long as you like at each event, it’s free, all kit is provided and even find out how to become an active volunteer yourself. These events are so necessary to our cause, they


help to spread information and awareness, provide people with a point of contact for questions with how they can go plastic free, and they also (obviously) reduce the presence of waste on our beautiful shores.


Surfers Against Sewage run several Beach cleans a month, the next confirmed meetings are; Tuesday 5th June, Sea Palling Beach (meeting at the bottom of the main slope onto the beach), 11am - 2pm Tuesday 19th June, Gt. Yarmouth Beach (meeting just behind the Marina Centre), 11am - 2pm Tuesday 26th June, Cromer Beach (meeting near the lifeguard hut and Glide Surf School), 11am - 2pm


Get in touch for more information or with any questions by finding us on Facebook (Surfers Against Sewage Norfolk) or dropping us an email (info@kellymariebond. com) and we’re always keen to hear any ideas you may have around how we can help Norwich to the become less plastic tastic.


07 July BBC Introducing Stage Lord Mayors Celebration


From 3pm in Chapelfied Gardens, BBC some of the best new music talent. This is your essential guide to what’s on offer.


Morganway Founded by twin brothers Kieran and Callum Morgan, Morganway is a 7 piece Folk/alt-country band straight out of North Norfolk.. Among the Citizens Four guys creating catchy, hypnotising indie rock from out on the border of the Fens. Pretty Ace. Not only an all-girl band but an all-sisters band. This 4-piece from Emneth have been making music together for 5 years now! A great rock sound with heartfelt teen lyrics . Mengelmoes A lively mix of Jazz and Funk. Full of energy with front man Tiago blasting out soulful, thoughtful lyrics. Nebula Sun They are master musicians mixing complex sounds with dance focused rhythms and meaningful lyrics. Corinthians A 5 piece their sound is full of mood and atmosphere that explodes into a riotous mix of guitars and drums. The Hemingways 4 piece band that we share between Norfolk and Colchester. Full of driving rock and catchy riffs this young band have a full-on accomplished sound. Sam Coe & The Long Shadows Lead singer Sam fronts a talented collection of musicians who deliver pop-laced songs bound to both hit the emotions and get the feet well and truly tapping.


Set times 15:00 - 15:30 Morganway 15:50 - 16:10 Among The Citizens 16:30 - 16:50 Pretty Ace 17:50 - 18:10 Mengelmoes 19:10 - 19:30 Nebula Sun 19:50 - 20:10 Corinthians 20:30 - 21:00 The Hemingways 21:20 - 22:00 Sam Coe


28 / JUNE-JULY 2018 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


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