The Weston-super-Mare sand sculpture competition is celebrating it's 10th anniversary.
To mark the event they will be revisiting some of the best sculptures over the last decade including King Kong which featured in the 2006 event.
A huge sand birthday cake will also be included in the event.
Weston super Mare's sand sculpture festival will return this year despite fears that it might be too expensive.
Organisers have confirmed the festival will be back next month to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
Last year organisers said the festival might not return because it costs too much to set up.
There's a question mark over the future of one of Weston-super-Mare's biggest seaside events, the Sand Sculpture Festival.
Organiser Nicola Wood says they may not return next year because of the costs of setting up, and it will be heartbreaking to leave the town:
Weston-super-Mare's popular Sand Sculpture festival may not return to the seafront next year unless it gets sponsorship.
Organisers say it costs around £30,000 to set the event up. They are also looking to improve security and even to include an education centre on site.
The annual festival - which brings in sculptors from across the world - is a big attraction for the seaside town.
Vandals have attacked sand sculptures in Weston-super-Mare causing thousands of pounds worth of damage. Three of the 30 pieces on display were attacked on Saturday night. It is believed three suspects have been captured on CCTV.
ET is just one of the stars at Weston-super-Mare's Sand Sculpture Festival. Sculptors from across the world descended on the resort to create a series of characters on a Hollywood theme.
See how many you can spot in this video clip.
More than 20 sand sculptors from across the globe have been busy transforming part of the beach at Weston-super-Mare into a little bit of Hollywood.
The festival opens tomorrow but here are a few of the creations.
A sand sculpture of the Queen has been beheaded at the Weston-super-Mare Sand Sculpture Festival.
Also attacked were two sculptures of athletes in the Olympic display.
Despite vandals also attacking other sculptures the festival is still open.
Eli-Louise Wringe went to see some of the world's best sand sculptors are in the region preparing to show off their skills. Thousands of tonnes of sand have been piled up on the beach in Weston-super-Mare as the artists craft 30 giant sculptures.
The festival opens to the public on Friday.