Preparation is underway to weave thousands of pieces plastic cord, rope, net, fishing line and hundreds of plastic bottles collected along the Berwickshire coast into 3 #LitterCUBES. Each cube will also contain a 30% mix of materials from the NW Highlands, East Lothian, Shetland and Angus and will present an account of the nature, scale and the complexities of marine plastic pollution in our coastal communities. I hope it will inform the need to break with polluting habits and expose the actual value of plastic involved.
The week’s events will provide practical opportunities to weave together and to weigh and calculate the energy value of plastic pollution
Public events at SPLASH, Community Space, along Eyemouth’s Quayside everyone welcome, free and fully accessible event.
Thurs 26th 3-5 pm Fri 27th 1-5 pm Sat 28th Sept 10 am – 5 pm
Thanks to everyone for collecting litter items and to Eyemouth Hippodrome, Voluntary Marine Reserve, Eyemouth Harbour Trust, SPLASH Commuity Trust, for in-kind support and for donations from Eyemouth Marine, local residents, crowd funding and philanthropic arts, community and environment trusts.
Plus a wider thanks to Ullapool Harbour Trust, Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape,the Heritage Lottery Fund and Scottish Natural Heritage, and for donations from: individuals, rag, Sheihallion, Dunbar Harbour Trust North Light Arts and An Talla Solais for their support with the #LitterCUBES events. Thanks also to volunteers and all those who donated money to make these events possible. Please get in touch if you would like to learn more/join the events.
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