Big Spring Beach Clean - Natasha Parker and her daughter Evelyn Derrick (age 8) from Plastic Free Hayling prepare'ing safety gloves. (060419-001)

Best pictures as hundreds make Big Spring Beach Clean at Southsea a real success

There was an impressive turn-out for the clean up at Southsea beach earlier this month.

More than 850 people headed up and down Southsea seafront for the Big Spring Beach Clean - an initiative organised by Surfers Against Sewage, organised in Portsmouth alongside Clare Seek of Plastic Free Portsmouth. Read our full story here.

Big Spring Beach Clean - The Warren family are Caroline, Mike, Natalie (age 13), Summer (age 7), Molly (age 6) and Roger the Labradoodle. (060419-006)
Big Spring Beach Clean - The Warren family are Caroline, Mike, Natalie (age 13), Summer (age 7), Molly (age 6) and Roger the Labradoodle. (060419-006)
Vernon Nash
Buy a Photo
Big Spring Beach Clean - Organisers Adam and Meg Sennitt with their dog Sandy. (060419-016)
Big Spring Beach Clean - Organisers Adam and Meg Sennitt with their dog Sandy. (060419-016)
Vernon Nash
Buy a Photo
Big Spring Beach Clean - Abigail Fisher from Milton with her children Alexander (age 4) and Isabella (age 6) looking for rubbish on the beach. (060419-013)
Big Spring Beach Clean - Abigail Fisher from Milton with her children Alexander (age 4) and Isabella (age 6) looking for rubbish on the beach. (060419-013)
Vernon Nash
Buy a Photo
Big Spring Beach Clean - The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust were providing information about their Secrets of the Solent project funded by the National Lottery. (l-r) Moira Barber, Sophie Evingar, Rachel Bryan and Julie Trevellick. (060419-014)
Big Spring Beach Clean - The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust were providing information about their Secrets of the Solent project funded by the National Lottery. (l-r) Moira Barber, Sophie Evingar, Rachel Bryan and Julie Trevellick. (060419-014)
Vernon Nash
Buy a Photo
View more