In a tentative step towards normality, most of Britain’s pubs reopened this weekend. This Government-proclaimed ‘Super Saturday’ (a term usually reserved for a day of epic sporting fixtures or mass military weekend leave) saw an astonishing consumption of 15m pints. The resulting hangover is seeing pubs across the country having to close its doors, after small clusters of infection springing up. So, the lesson is – we still need to be careful. Coronavirus has had a particularly crippling effect upon Brighton & Hove, a city almost completely reliant upon the hospitality and cultural sector. Crowds are starting to flock to the beaches again, but this brings with it another problem. Discarded rubbish on the seafront is becoming an epidemic of its own. Brighton & Hove City Council services are already stretched. So please, if you’re being responsible, and socially distancing on the beach, take your rubbish home with you. Otherwise, it won’t be an attractive place to be for long, and the consequences of discarded plastics could hurt us all.
Stay safe Brighton & Hove. We can all do this.
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EDITOR: CHRIS SADLER
EDITOR: STUART ROLT
CONTRIBUTORS: Simon Lightfoot / Louisa Streeting / Charlotte Beldham / Stuart Rolt / William Clay
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