MORE than 110 volunteers have been hard at work over Easter keeping Rhyl's waterfront clean.

Across two days ahead of the Easter weekend, people from as far afield as Devon joined Rhyl Surfers Against Sewage volunteers to clear more than 140kg of waste as part of their Spring Beach Clean.

Working with G2G Communities on Saturday, April 13, 56 volunteers cleared more than 100 cans and plastic bottles - which have now been recycled - as part of 80kgs worth of waste from around Crazy Golf on the West Parade.

The following day, 60 people cleared a further 60kg from the area around the Pro Kite Surf Cafe.

Surfers Against Sewage group, volunteer organiser Keith Jones said: "Once again people came from far and wide, including 'regulars' from Stafford, Stockport and also a family who were on holiday from Devon and heard about us and just rocked up to help."

Surfers Against Sewage will hold a further beach clean on Tuesday, April 23, meeting at Rhyl Events Arena at 5pm for their Easter Clean Up to clear rubbish following the bank holiday weekend.