Cadets rescue Long Beach
THEY LOOKED from their base and saw the state of Long Beach.
Yesterday, the cadets and the Cadet Corps’ command decided to do something about it.
The 106 youngsters, their captain and the Cadet Corps’ head descended on the longest beach in Christ Church in an attempt to rid it of the washed up Sargassum seaweed and plastic debris.
“Staying up on the camp site we looked down here and it looks really, really horrible. And being that it was so near, it was best for us to capture this beach,” Captain Rosalind Conliffe told the Saturday Sun yesterday. (HLE)
Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.