Sand art calls for seaside clean-up

#BarefootFriendly sand art

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.

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