Newquay named 'Plastic Free Community'
Residents in Newquay are now officially part of a 'Plastic Free Community' - a status given to them by Surfers Against Sewage.
The accolade marks how many people have switched to using less plastic and take part in beach cleans.
Newquay joined the Plastic Free Communities movement in January 2018.
The campaign has gained more than 4000 followers on social media and more than 200 volunteers have taken part in monthly beach cleans across the town.
They've also been taking part in on-land litter picks, along with an underwater ocean clean planned to take place in October.
The movement is led by Surfers Against Sewage which aims to tackle plastic pollution by using the power of people and their communities.
Early in the movement Newquay Town Council supported the campaign and more than 200 volunteers started a wave of community action and events.
Plastic Free Newquay has supported monthly beach cleans and on-land litter picks, along with an underwater ocean clean planned to take place in October.