There is still time to join hundreds of coast lovers who are getting behind Sefton Council’s #SeftonSelfie campaign.
They have been inundated with images, snaps, selfies and stunning shots of families, community groups and animals enjoying the 22 miles of our beautiful coastline
The photographs will be collected together and the very best ones will form a huge collage to commemorate the end of Sefton’s Year of the Coast campaign.
Montages will then be displayed across some of Sefton Council’s iconic buildings.
Councillor Paul Cummins, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and coast champion, said:
“Each year thousands of people come to our beautiful borough to enjoy the coast.
“By making 2017 Sefton’s Year of the Coast, we have been working alongside our many partners to showcase everything associated with the coast – highlighting all the events that take place on this amazing stretch of land.
“To mark the end of such a great campaign we want as many people as possible to send in their sandy selfies, picnic portraits, sunset snaps and more to form a wonderful collage to commemorate the Year of the Coast.
“We hope the collage will be the pinnacle of a lasting legacy to future generations to encourage them to continually use and love our coast.”
Stretching more than 22 miles from Bootle to Southport, the Sefton coast is filled with unique sand dunes, wonderful wildlife, woodlands and amazing art.
To get involved in the competition, submit your snaps to the official Sefton Council Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages, using the hashtag #SeftonSelfie. You can also submit photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org