Dinlle Beach Tidy

Dinas Dinlle Regeneration group was reformed recently with the aim of improving the village, with the aid of grants or by volunteering help. Initially John Legg (Dinasdinlle.co.uk) purchased a house in the village and started cleaning rubbish off the beach whenever he walked it, he and family have since joined up with the regeneration group and together specific days are put aside for beach cleans. Last Saturday, 19th of February, saw the first of the year where 25 volunteers came together aided by the Thornley Leisure Dinlle Caravan Park tractor and trailer to carry the mound of rubbish that has been left or carried in to the beach by the sea. John and the regeneration group would like to thank everyone who took part on the 19th February and would like to take this opportunity to invite new volunteers to the group to help in the not to distant future to do the North shore area towards Belan Fort.

For further information on how to help keep Dinlle beach tidy please email dinasdinlle@aol.com or follow the group on Facebook search for Dinas Dinlle Beach Tidy.






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2013 Willerby Sierra
2013 Willerby Sierra
The Beach Caravan Park Static Caravans
37 x 12 2 Bed. Sited on the lower section of the park, offering a spacious plot with own parking and sea views. This modern holiday home benefits from double glazing, central heating and a side deck with ramp.

Please call Lynne on 01492 515345 to arrange a viewing.
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