POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J.  — Work has started on what organizers say will be the world’s tallest sandcastle that will benefit the victims of Superstorm Sandy.

A bucket brigade was formed at Jenkinson’s Pavilion in Point Pleasant Beach on Monday to form the sandcastle’s foundation.

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Ed Jarrett of Wiscasset, tells the Asbury Park Press the sandcastle will be 50-feet high. One side will feature a Jersey shore theme while the other will include a gothic-style design.

The Guinness Book of World Records says Jarrett holds the record for the world’s tallest sandcastle for his 37-foot, 10-inch creation in Farmington, Conn.

Once the sandcastle is finished in June, people will be charged to get a closer look. The money will be donated to Hometown Heroes for its Sandy relief efforts.