Cambrian News photographer - Bee Phillips, Marc Coates and Linsey Glover of Starling Cloud; Alan Cookson, Aber Beach Buddies and Surfers against Sewage; Daniell Walker of Starling Cloud; Marie Woodling with her son Mattias and their dog Radley; Catherine Gwynne with her daughter Maisy; and Adam Jaworowicz of Starling Cloud

AN ABERYSTWYTH pub has thrown its support behind a beach clean in the town and vowed to continue to support similar events in the future.

The Cambrian News reported “Staff from the Starling Cloud joined forces with Beach Buddies and Surfers Against Sewage to carry out a beach clean in Aberystwyth on Monday, 23 April.

Sam Challen, the general manager of the Starling Cloud, said he was keen to continue supporting local events such as beach cleans and said it was important to him that the business played a full role in the community.

He said: “As I originate from Aberystwyth I was delighted to take over as general manager.

“My vision is for Starling Cloud to be a business to help give back to the community.

“In order to achieve this, my team and I must demonstrate our commitment to Aberystwyth and participate within the community. What better way to begin than with our beautiful coastline.

“In conjunction with Beach Buddies and Alan Cookson, my head housekeeper, Linsey Glover, has organised the beach clean to try and unite our community in a positive drive towards improving our local environment.

“We hope to do this every few months on different local beaches.

“I’d like to thank all who have helped, be it in organising or participating” here.

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