South West Wales

Litter picks on storm-hit Pembrokeshire beaches

Volunteers with their haul of beach litter Image copyright Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Authority
Image caption The litter picks have collected dozens of bags of rubbish dumped on Pembrokeshire beaches by storms

Volunteers have been helping to collect rubbish which has been washed up on Pembrokeshire beaches by the winter storms.

At Marloes Sands 100 bags of rubbish were collected, including plastic and clumps of netting.

Keep Wales Tidy and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority have organised the latest litter pick, at Freshwater West, on Thursday.

The beach is popular with both surfers and dog walkers.

Similar events have taken place up and down the Welsh coastline.

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