Beach cleaners comb Westport sands

Christie Middleton with her dog Zak is on the far right of the Courier's photo. 

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Kintyre’s Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) led by lifeguard Christie Middleton organised a sea shore spring clean.

The two-hour effort last Saturday at Westport was part of an SAS nationwide campaign which, this week, saw 600 beaches cleaned.

Ms Middleton, 22,  said: ‘I would like to say a big thanks to Machrihanish Holiday Park which offered free camping to anyone from out of the area taking part.

‘Also to Campbeltown Co-op which donated refreshments and took the collected rubbish away.’

During the beach-clean Cara MacPherson, 8, found a magic key and used it to unlock adventures on the dunes.
During the beach-clean Cara MacPherson, 8, found a magic key and used it to unlock adventures on the dunes.