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  • Future beach
    exchange contact me links MARINE LITTER INSTALLATIONS Future Beach installation for Found Out at Babylon Gallery Ely of plastics found whilst walking on the beach Plastics are not just littering our beach they are becoming the beach see also Suffolk

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/futurebeach.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Felixstroll - beach litter installation
    was made on the beach with litter brought to me by beach visitors as part of the Felixstroll Path Weekend in Felixstowe July 2009 I also created an exhibition in the beach hut and visitors were able to create a

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/felixstroll.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Lighters
    flyintheface projects home projects news stock exchange contact me links MARINE LITTER INSTALLATIONS orford I nstallation of found lighters at Landguard Fort Next image Back to Exhibitions xxE

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/lightersatfort.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Glass
    orford A walk on the Ness installation of found glass as part of Found Out at Babylon Gallery Nearly all the glass displayed was found during a single short walk on the beach at Orford Ness an important conservation area

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/glass.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Taking a line for a walk
    flyintheface projects home projects news stock exchange contact me links MARINE LITTER INSTALLATIONS Next image Back to Exhibitions xxE

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/takingalineforawalk.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Press release: Art can be rubbish
    for a small donation to the above charities There will also be a challenge at the stall for children to find the one item in the collection which is not man made Fran will be giving a mini Easter egg to all children who can identify the right item Fran will be running similar events at other Suffolk beaches in the summer months In addition Fran aims to franchise the idea nationwide Says Fran The idea is a marketeer s dream an unlimited supply of completely unique products providing an unbeatable souvenir specific to the location What s more walking on the beach collecting items is a thoroughly enjoyable experience and the more of us who do it the better it will be for the environment Interested entrepreneurs may contact Fran at artcanberubbish flyintheface com Gill Bell of the Marine Conservation Society says Marine litter is known to kill marine animals such as whales dolphins sharks turtles and seabirds Animals can die from eating litter or by becoming entangled by it MCS are very pleased that Fran is raising awareness of the issue of marine litter You can help by joining our marine litter projects Beachwatch and Adopt a Beach Peter Gibson Spokesperson for the Blue Flag the world s premier award for clean beaches said While those who look after our beaches have made dramatic improvements to the state of our coastline people still dump far too much rubbish when they visit there Fran s art may be humorous and eye catching but it is all also challenging in that it reminds all of us of the damage litter can do to wildlife and the image of the British seaside Anything that can be done to raise awareness about the terrible way we deal with our rubbish is a

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/artcanberubbish.html (2016-02-09)
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  • A present from... franchise opportunity
    near you artit Always wanted to run your own business Love our coastline Keen to do something to improve our environment Like the oudoor life Want to work by the sea Feel the urge to be creative Enjoy meeting new

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/franchise.html (2016-02-09)
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  • mole protection charter

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    Original URL path: /moleprotection.html (2016-02-09)




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