CAFA thanks Skegness Army Cadets

Skegness Army Cadets with their certificates for their hard work and effort for the Coastal Access for All beach cleansing community project.
Skegness Army Cadets with their certificates for their hard work and effort for the Coastal Access for All beach cleansing community project.
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Skegness Army Cadets were presented with certificates recently as reward for their hard work in helping with the Coastal Access for All (CAFA) community project.

Work involved litter picking and clearing beach walkways of excessive sand.

Cadets can use the certificates for their CV, helping them to gain qualifications for schemes such as the Duke of Edinburgh award.

From 2011 CAFA has been maintaining Skegness’ beach and the surrounding areas coastline with events throughout the year, but hope to set up a ‘Core group’ to go out when necessary, to deal with any emergency build of sand or litter problems.

CAFA founder Paul Marshall said: “Beach maintenance is important to attract holidaymakers and make it a safe environment for people and wildlife, but we need consistent help to achieve this.”

Visit www.coastalaccess
forall.co.uk.