YOUNG people have created a flock of paper birds to share their concerns about climate change with world leaders.

More than 5,000 people from Eastbourne aged four to 19, supported by a group of primary schools in the town, wrote their fears for the future of the planet and the action they want to see from the Prime Minister and other local, national and world leaders as part of a call-to-action called Birds2BHeard.

Read it here Paper birds created by Eastbourne young people head to COP26 | The Argus