ON Thursday August 11, the Ceduna Youth Hub crew loaded into the troop carrier vehiclefor a beach cleanup day at Decrees Bay near Ceduna.

Participants included youth hub support workers AndersonWillis and Emmanuel Wilson and young leaders Michael Komai, Isaiah Fielding, Wilfred Edwards, Jesse Willis and Stanley Willis.

The group started at one end, armed with rubbish sacks whichCeduna District Council donated,and walked the entirety of the beach picking up all kinds of rubbish as they went.

Items collected included; general household rubbish, fishing gear, discarded sports equipment, drink containers, rope and lots of plastic from shopping bags and fishing-bait packaging.

The idea to clean up the beach came from discussions by youth leaders at the hub when looking at what kinds of activities they wanted to be a part of over the next 12 months.

“We just wanted to get the boys out and do our bit to help keep our community clean,” Ceduna Youth Hub support workerEmmanuel Wilson said.

“We all enjoy going to the beach so it was good to do our bit to help make Ceduna a cleaner place.

“We want to go to a different spot each week to help make our community a cleaner and more enjoyable place for everyone,”Mr Wilson said.

The youth hub workers and participants will work to continue cleaning up the community bit by bit.

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