Join 'green' art
YOU can be a part of a unique green art installation this month aimed at raising awareness of our modern through-away culture and the use of plastic bottles.
YOU can be a part of a unique 'green' art installation this month aimed at raising awareness of our modern through-away culture and the use of plastic bottles.
Exmouth green champions Transition Town Exmouth (TTE) is holding three Saturday activity sessions in the Manor Gardens this month as part of this year's Exmouth Festival
Everyone, regardless of age, is invited to help create TTE's 'Endless Bottles' art installation on Saturdays May 8, 15 and 22 from 2pm-4pm at the Manor Gardens Bandstand.
You can help either by bringing along some clean de-labelled plastic drinks bottles or by joining in with the making process, which involves connecting 1,000 plastic bottles and the making of a willow 'Exe Mouth'.
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TTE's spokesman Paul Strange said: "The activity sessions are a collaborative project between Exmouth-based professional artist Roger Gibson and students from Exmouth Community College,
"'Endless Bottles' poses questions about our consumption and subsequent disposal of plastic bottles.
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