Here’s a fun (almost) film-related press release that also raises funds for our feathered friends…
Leading casual clothing brand, Weird Fish, has introduced a new T-shirt to its RSPB charity clothing range.
Weird Fish has been in partnership with the RSPB since January 2015, raising more than £60,000 with its limited-edition T-shirts. ‘Swan Flew’ is the 10th T-shirt designed exclusively for the charity.
‘Swan Flew,’ designed by artist Richard Skipworth, is the latest addition to the range and kick-starts the clothing brand’s continued support of the charity for 2018. The new T-shirt is on sale now for £20, with £5 from each T-shirt donated to the RSPB, the UK’s largest conservation charity.
John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “We are proud to continue our partnership with the RSPB for another year. We’re delighted with the response the charity T-shirts continues to receive and we have plans for more exclusively designed T-shirts to be released this summer.
“We have the utmost respect for the work the RSPB does in securing a healthy environment for wildlife. At Weird Fish HQ in Cheltenham, we have an eco-garden which makes an enjoyable outdoor space for our staff. The RSPB kindly helped us out with our garden when we set it up a few years ago, to make it more habitable for wildlife.”
Lynda McCullagh, head of corporate partnerships at the RSPB, commented: “We are thrilled to have been working with Weird Fish since 2015; engaging our supporters to come up with playful puns for the T-shirts and raising vital funds that help us to address the many challenges facing wildlife at this time.
“We hope customers and supporters will once again add this fantastic T-shirt to their shopping list and ultimately help the RSPB to give nature a home in our gardens, towns and countryside.”
The new design pays tribute to the cult classic film, starring Jack ‘Nicholswan’. Available in a variety of colours for £20, including Olive, Tango Red and Flint Stone.
‘Swan Flew’ is available to buy nationally from Weird Fish retail stores and online www.weirdfish.co.uk/p/men/
(from a press release)