Jersey beach debris turned into eco-art

Beach Litter Littlefeet Environmental say the exhibition is to raise awareness of beach littering

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An environmental campaign group has been creating artwork made out of rubbish found during beach cleans.

A spokesman for Littlefeet Environmental said the rubbish was collected over the past three weeks.

He said it wanted to "use the debris to promote conservation of the island's coastline".

In a statement, the group said: "We hope that the public will take note of the message and leave only footprints on the beaches this summer."

Beach Art Groups of volunteers clean Jersey's beaches of litter and debris every weekend
Rubbish art The group put pieces made from litter in parks and on trees

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