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IoM sculpture competition 'could be rolled out globally'

Primary school children asked for designs to encourage recycling

A competition for primary school pupils to design a sculpture to encourage recycling could be rolled out around the world if it's a success in the Isle of Man.

Beach Buddies is working with Isle Listen and Suntera Global on the 'Fill A Fish' project, which is seeking four designs for fish-shaped sculptures to be installed on beaches around the Island.

It's hoped the winning designs will remind beach-goers to recycle plastic and keep litter off the Island's coast.

Full details on the competition can be found on Suntera's website, and designs have to be submitted by 21 February.

Bill Dale from Beach Buddies says the blueprint could be used globally if it works here: