A TV presenter has teamed up with an environmental charity to keep local beaches clean.
Kate Humble has joined Barefoot Wine and environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage to lend a hand with the 2014 Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project.
Kate will be at West Pier, Brighton, on Friday, July 18.
The project encourages volunteers to join in the campaign to clean their local shore.
Dom Ferris, campaigns and education manager at Surfers Against Sewage, said: “Kate goes to great lengths to help raise the awareness of the project as a whole.
“She is fantastic and she genuinely cares about the cause and does not hesitate to get involved.”