An epic piece of sand art has appeared on the beach at Morecambe Bay, highlighting the amount of litter found on our seasides.
Planned by Barefoot Wines, the 22,500sqm artwork pictures a giant footprint and a selection of the bits of rubbish routinely found along the coast. Taking a team of five artists ten hours to complete, the mammoth SOS is a call to arms to people to keep their beaches #BarefootFriendly through the wine brand's clean-up project.
The Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project starts on May 16th 2015 in Edinburgh before hitting six of the UK's beach locations throughout the summer. Volunteers will be rewarded with a Barefoot Wines drinks party at life-size sandcastle bars at each of the chosen clean-up locations, while environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage will also be taking part.