Keeping seals safe from flying rings
Please don't throw flying rings on the beach. Seals get entangled and severely injured by flying rings (and similar frisbees with holes in)
We are blessed in the UK with 40% of the global population of grey seals and between 5- 9% of Common or Harbour seals. Seals travel far and wide around the whole of our coast and can get entangled anywhere in a huge range of debris lost or discarded by us humans be it plastic rings, netting, fishing line even plastic flower pots!
The Cigarette Ballot Bin
The Ballot Bin is a customisable ashtray, proven to reduce cigarette butt litter by around 50%. Find the Ballot Bin outside Hunstanton Town Hall.
Refill is part of a national, practical tap water campaign that aims to make refilling your water bottle as easy, convenient and cheap as possible by introducing refill points. Refill Hunstanton was set up in 2017 to help keep our beaches clean, help protect our marine life and reduce single use plastic pollution.
Find your nearest Refill Station
Clothing Recycling Bank
Clothing Recycling Bank open at Hunstanton Community Centre
Items of clothing that are not suitable for re-sale at one of Hunstanton's charity shops can be dropped of at The "Action For Children" clothing recycle bank. You can find the bank at the Hunstanton Community Centre (through the main gates turn right). Accepted items are clothes, shoes, belts & handbags.