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Kale-ossal Crime: Rare Sea Kale Vanishes from Seaford Beach

Over the past few days at Seaford beach and Tide Mills, rare and protected sea kale plants have been unlawfully removed. These plants play a vital role in providing a unique habitat and are protected by law. The unauthorised removal of sea kale is not only detrimental to the environment but also constitutes a criminal offense, carrying the risk of fines and legal consequences.

If you witness anyone removing sea kale plants while enjoying the beachfront or walking your dog, it is essential to report the incident promptly. By reporting such activities, you play an essential role in helping protect these rare and valuable plants. Reports can be made online via the following link:

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