A playground made from recycled plastic bottles is up for grabs by pupils at Breage Primary School - but only with your help.

Breage is among 11 schools nationally, and one of only two in Cornwall, to be shortlisted for the competition that involves voting online at tescowinaplayground.co.uk.

One vote is allowed per email address and the school with the most votes by the deadline will receive a recycled playground built mainly with plastic picked up in kerbside collections in the UK, which includes milk bottles, plastic drink bottles, plastic food trays and containers.

However, there are just two weeks until the competition closes, on November 14 - and Breage is currently in sixth place.

Writing in its weekly newsletter to parents, the school said: "We are one of only two Cornish schools entered into this competition and it’s a national competition, therefore, we are competing against much larger schools. Every vote counts."

Voters must be 18 years and over, and a resident of the UK. Visit the website, click on the drop down menu and select Breage C of E Primary School.

The competition is being run by Febreze, TerraCycle and Tesco to raise awareness of recycling with children.

The winner will be announced in early 2018, with the plan for the playground to be delivered and installed later in the spring of 2018.

A spokesperson for the competition said: "By recycling bottles, this project aims to help reduce plastic litter from entering nature’s playground and polluting the planet, instead creating play areas for kids to enjoy a bit of fresh air everywhere."