Vote for Folkestone!

PUBLISHED: 17:50 12 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:16 20 February 2013

Vote to see Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox and comedian Rufus Hound sand sculpting in Folkestone, as their final challenge in the National Lottery Good Causes Road Trip

Vote for Folkestone!


Vote to see Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox and comedian Rufus Hound sand sculpting in Folkestone, as their final challenge in the National Lottery Good Causes Road Trip


Where the duo go and what they do will be determined by public vote, so please get voting to ensure that Folkestones lottery-funded public art project, the Folkestone Triennial, takes top spot for the south on 18 November!


If the voting is successful the celebrities will be pitting their creativity and sandcastle-building skills against one another in a sand sculpture competition on the beach, come rain or shine!


Voting is live on The National Lottery Facebook page: http://tiny.cc/qlf5d


Follow the tour on twitter at #coxandhound


Voting closes: Wednesday 16 November


See www.folkestonetriennial.org.uk for more about the Folkestone Triennial.

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