Hundreds of volunteers have spent their weekend cleaning up beaches around Wales.
Rubbish is being removed and recorded as part of this year's national Beachwatch Big Weekend. The data will be used to shape future anti litter campaigns.
"Working with schools... it does get the message through" says Brian Jones, from Keep Wales Tidy.
"There are still individuals who find it easy just to leave litter there, and leave it for someone else to pick up!"
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