The unveiling!

Are you Plastic Mountain?
We will be unveiling
the Plastic Mountain sculpture
Sunday 6th August at 12 noon

Come along and celebrate this great community achievement and discuss how we can make West Norwood a pioneer in Plastic reduction.

Lets keep working to make West Norwood a Plastic Pioneer: what will you do?


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West Norwood
to highlight one of today's most challenging problems: plastic pollution

Thank you to all our supporters, we successfully completed our crowdfunder which enabled us to create the Mural:

now live

You can get in contact with the team by emailing

Part 2: Each primary school makes a small Plastic Mountain sculpture - Reflect on the role art can play in society
Part 3: The plastic mountain sculpture is placed in an outdoor space. The children witness the earth slowly eroding but the plastic remains - A visual metaphor: plastic is not part of natures cycles
Phase three: Plastic Mountain
Passers-by will be invited to collect litter from the area and add it to the construction.
A couple of weeks later, the box will be dismantled to reveal a beautiful sculpture made of layers of earth with little hints of colour from the embedded litter.
But over the next two months, the earth will erode, leaving behind a ghostly metal structure covered in litter.
The Benefits: The project has two aims: 1. Create a sense of place & community for West Norwood as we emerge from the pandemic 2. Inspire and galvanise the local community to create a new way of living with plastic more in  harmony with our environment

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