Celebrate the historical anniversary and share the story of the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp by supporting this campaign!
We're raising funds to create iconic merch to get the - often overlooked - story of Greenham seen and heard. We want to create wearable, visible talking points and bring Greenham back into the public eye.
£1500 will allow us to design, source and print small quantities of each of these six items - all will feature an iconic Greenham Women Everywhere logo by Jacky Fleming or a stunning Kayleigh Hilsdon illustration.
Tea Towel, with an iconic Jacky Fleming created Greenham Women Everywhere logo OR a stunning Kayleigh Hilsdon illustration.
Canvas Tote Bag, with an iconic Jacky Fleming created Greenham Women Everywhere logo OR a stunning Kayleigh Hilsdon illustration.
Logo Face Mask, created in the famous suffragette colours of purple, green and white, these eco-masks are made of recycled materials and are washable.
Logo Hi-Vis "March" Vest, created in the famous suffragette colours of purple, green and white.
These will be eye catching, beautiful items. Everyone who helps us get to £1500 will get at least one of these items as their reward.
If we raise more than £1500 (and we do hope to), we'll create merch to sell, too, getting more Greenham imagery out there, supporting our anniversary events including the 40th Anniversary march to Greenham Common this autumn.
£10 backing reward
- A beautiful and ethically sourced Greenham Women Everywhere Logo Tea Towel
£15 backing reward
- A beautiful and ethically sourced Greenham Women Everywhere Logo Tote Bag
- OR an ethical, printed Kayleigh Hilsdon Illustration Tea Towel
£20 backing reward
- A beautiful & ethically sourced Kayleigh Hilsdon Illustration Tote Bag
- OR a Logo Face Mask
£25 backing reward
- Greenham Women Everywhere Logo Hi-Vis March Vest
£35 backing reward
- A reward of a Greenham Women Everywhere Logo Hi-Vis March Vest AND a Kaleigh Hilsdon Illustration Tote Bag
£80 backing reward
- A reward of one of everything! 2 Tea Towel and 2 Tote Bags - one of each logo printed, one of each with an illustration - 1 Logo Face Mask and 1 Logo Hi-Vis March Vest
Items will be ethically sourced. All cloth items are fair-trade, vegan and all items use either recycled or sustainable materials.
Production will begin should we reach £1500 pledged.
We will post your rewards out to you should we hit our target as a massive THANK YOU!
See stunning examples of artist Kayleigh Hilsdon's designs for the Greenham Women Everywhere project here:
Wonderful designs by artist Jacky Fleming, the two logos which could appear on the eco-masks and Hi-Vis March Vests:
Read on for more details about this historic campaign!
The legendary Greenham Women’s Peace Camp has a big anniversary in 2021 – it has been 40 years since the first women marched from Wales to set up a peace camp outside RAF Greenham Common.
Our anniversary celebrations will culminate in a momentous re-creation of this march from late August to early September 2021. Greenham Women Everywhere events are funded by The Heritage Lottery South West, individual website donations, small foundations and crowdfunders like you!
This is an all or nothing Crowdfunder - if we don't reach our first target of £1500 then our supporters' money won't donate to this project. Please include your postal address with your pledge so that, if we reach our first target, we can post an item out to you.
Greenham Women Everywhere | A film by Animation & Visual Effects students at Falmouth University
We would like to thank artists Jacky Fleming and Kayleigh Hilsdon for creating and enabling the use of these one-of-a-kind designs for Greenham Women Everywhere apparel. You can check out Jacky's work at www.jackyfleming.co.uk/ and Kayleigh's work in eminent exhibition www.71alondon.com/exhibition-vermillionaire/
People from all over the country will come together on 26th August - 4th September 2021 to march with the Greenham Women’s community in honour of their activism and the eventual successful removal of nuclear cruise missiles from British shores in 1991. The camp continues to be a beacon to the continuing need for nuclear disarmament protest and against the global oppression of women.
Scary Little Girls, who created the Greenham Women Everywhere project, is working to celebrate the women of Greenham Peace Camp and, through project support, educate and widen the services of the 40th Anniversary Year by providing social workshops, preserve the historical record, event management and educational support. Many of the original women activists have been coming together to record their heartfelt stories for an ongoing culturally significant project found at https://scarylittlegirls.co.uk/community/heritage-and-collaboration/greenham-women-everywhere/ supported by Heritage Lottery South West.
Thank you for your support! To find out more about Greenham Women 'Like & Follow' the project's new Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/GreenhamWomen/
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