Brough Bay clean up day – 25th April



Day two of the clean up day, when the area round the seats were cleaned up and gravel put on the path and under the seats. A lot of dead grass and weeds were pulled out leaving a pleasant place for people to sit and enjoy the scenery and the resident seal colony in Brough Bay.

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Published by Dawn Marshall

I have written for several publications in Scotland and Spain and have a Diploma in Freelance Journalism. I also have a BSC in IT and Spanish from London South Bank University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk from Heriot Watt University. I am a member of the NUJ in Belfast.

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