Plant a tree to save our seas

The brilliant Fisherman’s Bay in Whitley Bay has planted more than 600 trees on its mission to become one of the first fish and chip restaurants to become carbon neutral.

The environmentally minded team have set an ambitious target to plant 1,000 trees to offset the restaurant’s carbon footprint and so far, thanks to the support of customers, it has raised more than £600 to plant 600-plus trees, each of which will take an astonishing 1 tonne of CO2 out of the air in its life.

Fisherman’s Bay is already well-known for its environmental credentials. It serves only sustainable fish and British potatoes, raises awareness of issues including harmful litter in the world’s oceans, and holds regular beach clean-ups. You can donate £1 to plant a tree at

Fisherman’s Bay, 6 East Parade, Whitley Bay, NE26 1AP, tel 0191 447 4774,

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