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Every cloud…

During this week’s drain down, with the help of Marlens’ volunteers, a wedding ring was successfully retrieved, which had been lost by Chris Badley (pictured) in the lake on 20th May 2020.  Chris had a rough idea where it came off, so the drain down provided the perfect opportunity to search for it on the lakebed.  Despite the grey skies, the sun was definitely shining on Chris today!  He has also signed up as part of the Love The Lake team of volunteers.

Come rain or shine, the Love The Lake team keeps things ship shape year round, for all to enjoy.  Clevedon Marine Lake is run by the community for the community – and new volunteers are always welcome to help litter pick and clear seaweed and debris, especially after overtopping tides.  Get in touch to find out more about this and other voluntary roles.

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