James Morrison gives support to Surfers Against Sewage Protect Our Waves campaign
Chart topping artist, James Morrison, has given his support to the Surfers Against Sewage Protect Our Waves campaign.
James, who grew up in Newquay and studied at Treviglas Community College, has been a long-time supporter of the St Agnes charity.
He said: “I'm supporting Surfers Against Sewage in calling for more protection of our beautiful waves, oceans and beaches. Please join me today and sign the Surfers Against Sewage petition.”
The Protect Our Waves campaign is calling for greater protection of UK surf spots, specifically in relation to marine litter, sewage discharges and coastal developments.
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Nearly 50,000 people have already signed the online petition which will be delivered to 10 Downing Street in October.
Anyone who signs the petition today will get a free music download from artist Gabrielle Aplin.
At the end of September all signatories will also be entered in to mass draw to win a surfboard designed by 11 times world surfing champion Kelly Slater.