Alice Middleton and Ross Beese of TYF Adventure have been appointed as mid and west Wales representatives for Surfers Against Sewage.

The new recruits will be participating in a Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) training event in September.

They will be put through their paces on the latest environmental issues affecting the UK’s coastline and surfers.

They will also be trained to take the campaign back to their own communities.

The team will help to promote other SAS campaigns, which range from climate change to marine litter, helping protect waves, beaches and surfers all around the country.

Alice and Ross will be fully equipped to carry out campaigns, deliver schools’ talks and organise SAS events.

A Surfers Against Sewage spokesman said: “It’s incredibly important that we keep our beaches and oceans pristine. Anyone can help by becoming a SAS member for £1 a month. This enables SAS, as your representative, to encourage legislators, politicians and company executives to listen to the views of water users, before making decisions that affect everyone’s lives.”

Alice and Ross said: “As keen environmentalists and now SAS reps, we would love to hear from anybody in Pembrokeshire about any issues they think may affect local beaches.”

Contact the Surfers Against Sewage campaigns team on 01872 555950.