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Coast 2 Coast

20 May, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 29 July, 2023 @ 10:00 am SAST

On 20 May 2023, Save a Fishie NPC members (Zoe, mom & sister) will embark on a National clean-up campaign in South Africa to clean 100 beaches over a period of 60 days!

They will start at Eden on the Bay, Blouberg, Cape Town (where Zoe did her first beach cleanup at the age of 10 years old) going up the West Coast of South Africa all the way up to Port Nolloth (just below Namibia). From there they will cross the country via the Orange and Hennops Rivers to St Lucia on the East Coast, where they will make their way back down to Milnerton Beach in Cape Town (where Zoe did her 100th beach cleanup last year September)!

Save a Fishie is inviting schools, organisations and members of the pubic to join them along the way at their various cleanups and are encouraged to follow their journey on social media at Save a Fishie or their website at www.saveafishie.co.za. You can also email them on info@saveafishie.co.za


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20 May, 2023 @ 10:00 am SAST
29 July, 2023 @ 10:00 am SAST
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Eden on the Bay Beachfront
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Contact Name
Zoe Prinsloo
Contact Email Address
Affiliation: Name of the organization, school, or business associated with the event
Save a Fishie
South Africa
Is your event or activity (check of all that apply)
Taking place in person, Open to the public, Incorporating the “30x30” theme
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Eden on the Bay Beachfront
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100 venues
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Save a Fishie