Wessa beach stewards win nurdle competition 

Published: March 14th, 2018

These five diligent  WESSA Tourism Blue Flag Beach Stewards, Aphindiwe Dwashu, Ashline Damonds, Allison Jacobs, Nicky Namntu and Nzali Maqungu, were rewarded today with Plett lunch bags after out-nurdling the competitors in the Nature’s Valley Trust Nurdle Challenge.

Nurdles, dangerous little plastic pellets, have been recorded in Nature’s Valley and Plettenberg Bay. These pellets pose a very real danger to the environment and the animals that inhabit this beautiful part of the coastline. Nature’s Valley Trust (NVT), in collaboration with Plett Tourism, organized a Nurdle hunt competition to bring together all those who love the area and wanted to give nature a helping hand.

Congratulations to the winners and thanks from Nature’s Valley Trust and Plett Tourism for your help in keeping Plett’s coastline pristine for our wildlife and all the visitors to the area to enjoy.

Wessa students (names to follow) who won the Nurdles clean-up campaign competition

WESSA Tourism Blue Flag Beach Stewards (from left: Aphindiwe Dwashu, Ashline Damonds, Allison Jacobs, Nicky Namntu and Nzali Maqungu) who won the Nurdles clean-up campaign competition

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