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A small family business in Hunstanton is encouraging people to join their quest in the Walkers Crisp Packet Recycling scheme.

Christopher Marshall, of Norfolk Coastal Jewellery and Eco Products, has joined the recycling scheme via terracycle.com and he said: "I collect crisp packets as part of the Walkers crisps recycling scheme through terracycle, where they get turned in to things such as park benches and street signs.

"So far we have collected around 20kg saving them from ending up in landfill and littering our streets."

Norfolk Coastal Jewellery and Eco Products are encouraging people to get involved with the crisp packet recycling scheme. (54190049)
Norfolk Coastal Jewellery and Eco Products are encouraging people to get involved with the crisp packet recycling scheme. (54190049)

Mr Marshall regularly has a stall at the indoor market in Hunstanton with items that are made from beach plastics and turned in to beautiful jewellery.

Many items are deigned to help the environment such as eco living shampoo bars and re-usable vegan food wraps.

Mr Marshall provides a drop off point for the Walkers Crisps Recycling scheme and more information can be found here and here



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