275 bags of rubbish were collected in Saturday’s clean-up.
Durban North ward councillor attended his first clean-up and praised the hard work of the organisers and volunteers.
Ayla Nuttall, Amber Murphy and Jaimie Pinto of Hillcrest High School were also in attendance.
Camilla Marker and founder of Beach Clean-UP Kwazulu-Natal, Jacqui Jonker was also in attendance.
Annie Fleischack and Graeme Thomson.
THE rainy weather could not deter volunteers from doing their bit for the environment on Saturday at the #CleanBlueLagoon clean-up around the uMngeni River mouth. Two of the youngest volunteers at the clean-up were Georgia and her brother Travis Hewitt.
Jardine Pieters, Emma Moolman, Amahle Mgobhozi and Rachael Marais.
Caroline Smith of the Durban & Coast SPCA.
Chelsea Prep pupils, Jessica Fennessy, Cara Smith and Mia Edgar were proud to be part of the #CleanBlueLagoon clean-up.
Sean Chouler uses a hybrid machine designed to pick up pieces of polystyrene.
Northwood School pupil, Philup Jansen with Jessica and Wendy Constantine.
Emile Streicher, Angie Potgieter and Tamar Panaino.
Elvia Els decided to show her patriotic spirit at the clean-up.
275 bags of litter were collected at the clean-up.
Michelle Adams of Greenwood Park was one of around 30 volunteers at the clean-up on the day.