MORNING beachcombers got more than they expected when 30 white toilets appeared on Instow beach on Saturday. The word soon spread about the unusual objects on the tideline, with people trying to guess where they might have come from some even pointing

MORNING beachcombers got more than they expected when 30 white toilets appeared on Instow beach on Saturday. The word soon spread about the unusual objects on the tideline, with people trying to guess where they might have come from - some even pointing to the Napoli shipwreck in South Devon!The answer came from North Devon's 'Mrs Recycle' Cathy Karniewicz who had set up the temporary installation.It was part of an initiative in conjunction with the North Devon Coast and Countryside Service, South West Water and the Environment Agency to launch their "Bin It, Don't Flush It" campaign. The aim was to inform people that items that are flushed down the toilet can often end up on local beaches as marine litter. They highlighted a "dirty dozen" objects, including disposable nappies, sanitary towels, baby and cleaning wipes, plastic bags and wrappers, bandages and plasters, razor blades, syringes and needles, that should be put in the bin and not flushed down the toilet.