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Folkestone beach is alive with gold fever tonight after a German artist announced he's buried 30 bars of gold worth £10,000 in the sand. It's a spectacular launch to Folkestone Triennial - a three month art festival which promotes public art installation

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Folkestone beach is alive with gold fever tonight after a German artist announced he's buried 30 bars of gold worth £10,000 in the sand. It's a spectacular launch to Folkestone Triennial - a three month art festival which promotes public art installations across the town. After the news broke on South East Today this lunchtime whole families started making their way to the beach to look for gold. We have these initial pictures, tune in at 1830 for the full story. Please note there is no audio on this video.