Springwatch presenters Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan back Lynx Educational Trust for Animal Welfare's anti-fur campaign in reissued Roar of Disapproval T-shirts
Three iconic designer T-shirts from the 1980s spreading the anti-fur message have been reissued by an animal welfare charity.
And one of the charity's trustees, Birchanger artist Lin Watson, is selling the garments, entitled "Roar of Disapproval", from her studio in the village.
Lynx Educational Trust for Animal Welfare motivated public opinion through its innovative and hard-hitting campaigns, resulting in the wearing of fur becoming unacceptable, fur outlets in the UK closing and legislation being passed to phase out UK fur farms.
"Finally, 35 years after Lynx started the anti-fur campaign, there's a real and tangible chance that the UK will become truly fur-free this year," said founder and director Lynne Kentish.
"In response to many requests, we've reissued our three original and best-known Roar of Disapproval T-shirts to herald that very real and exciting possibility."
BBC TV Springwatch presenters Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan have given their backing to the campaign.
The T-shirts – featuring designs by Lo Cole, Cathie Felstead and Hilary McManus – are available from Lin's studio at 30 Birchanger Lane, Birchanger CM23 5QA, or online from https://lynx-trust.org/shop/. They cost £19.99 each plus £3.95 postage and packing, or three for £50 with free delivery.