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Longest Razor Shell Competition

An event in August in Lancashire
Lytham St Annes
Lancashire
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Saturday 1st August until Sunday 16th August 2009
Submit entries at Solaris Centre Reception and St. Annes Town Hall Reception (possibly in Lytham and Sealife Centre)

Your chance to win a (need a great prize). Head down to the beach and try to find the longest razor shell possible (thatís the long thin ones!). Take your shell to one of the collection points and leave with your contact details. The competition will close on Sunday 16th August and a winner will be chosen. If more than one shell is longest then the winner will be chosen at random from those longest entries.

Directions: Collection points: Solaris Centre Reception, St. Annes Town Hall.
Contact Name: Anne Heslop Telephone: 01253 658537.

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