Children at a Norfolk school have turned trash into masterpieces during an art project promoting recycling.

Ladybird Nursery youngsters from Moorlands Primary Academy in Belton crafted works from everyday waste items including buttons, bottle tops, and crisp packets.

Inspired by artist Robert Bradford, the project focused on under-sea creatures and pollution awareness.

These creations, including a rainbow crisp packet wall and a fish from buttons and bottle tops, will be displayed around the school near Great Yarmouth.

The school says such initiatives aspire to educate young minds on the importance of reducing waste, reusing items, and recycling.